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Mitigating Agriculture's Impact

This free course examines a range of solutions that address the impacts of agriculture on the environment, mainly focusing on air, soil, water, land use, climate change and biodiversity. The course is divided into four modules. Each of this modules focus on a single commodity that represents a different set of impacts and mitigation strategies. These commodities are: beef, aqua-cultured salmon, palm oil, and fresh-sold tomatoes. Brief contextual reference to the economic and social importance of each commodity will be made at the beginning of each module. By doing a deep dive in each of these modules, students will gain a significant appreciation for the mitigation strategy opportunities available in the production, processing, and distribution specific to an agricultural resource type.

Topic:

Drought; Food; Water; Climate Change; Biodiversity

Organization:

Yale University

Price:

Free

Dates:

Open anytime

Certificate Granted

No

Language:

English

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Content ID:

288


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