This course is not offered until Semester 1, 2025. In this course you will engage in collaborative action and advocacy for food system transformation. Using a socioecological approach, you will apply principles of sustainability to improve nutrition, health and livelihoods of diverse populations. You will learn about the nuances and interrelationships between dimensions of sustainability and the trade-offs between these for building healthy, sustainable and resilient food systems.
- NUT500 and enrolled in Program MC001
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Online: Not Currently Offered
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- Band 2A
- Tuition fee
- 2.2A: Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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Students enrolled in this course should check the course Canvas site to ensure that they are accessing the most recent approved version of the course outline.