Thinking about what to take this autumn? The College of the Environment is offering a course that may of interest to some majors. See the following for more information:
Introduction to Food and the Environment (C ENV 110)
- Meets both Natural World and Individuals and Societies Requirements (NW/I&S)
- No prerequisites. Great for Freshmen!
- Everyone eats, and all food production has environmental consequences.
- Discover environmental science through food production.
- Explore the link between the decline of civilizations and current farmer efforts to cope with changing water supply, topsoil loss, and technology.
- Create a food diary and find out the environmental consequences of your diet.
- Understand what climate change, politics, culture, biodiversity, and geography have to do with food.
- C ENV 110 (5 credits) + CHEM 142 (5 credits) + GEN ST 199 “university Community” (2 credits)
- C ENV 110 (5 credits) + ENGL 131 (5 credits) + GEN ST 199 “university Community” (2 credits)