How will we feed an extra two billion people by the middle of this century? - Lancaster UniversityFutureLearn
What you'll learn on the course
Proposed developments to address global food insecurity range from technological inventions in the efficacy of large-scale agriculture through social and cultural innovations in local food production and consumption. You’ll be exploring a number of topics that address many issues including:
- Is food security really just about food?
- Should we have concerns about health, social justice, environmental degradation and cultural diversity?
- What is the role of technology and innovation in promoting food security?