2012 Summer Teacher Institute Resources

This section contains readings and other resources suggested by the 2012 Feeding the World Institute speakers. See below for presentation slide shows and speaker videos.

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Lisa Ainsworth — Effects of Climate Change on Crop Yields and Implications for Food Security

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Alexander Blanchette — Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs)

Daniel Block — Food Deserts, Food Sovereignty, and Urban Food Security

Rochelle Davis — School Food: An important strategy for addressing children’s nutritional needs

Stephanie Hanson — Can Smallholder Farmers Feed the World?

Erin Koepke — Hunger: The World's Greatest Solvable Problem

Sam Loewenberg — The Hunger Season, A Cynical Cycle

Kathleen Morrison — Food Security in India: Historical Perspectives and Contemporary Concerns

Sheelah Muhammad — Food, Health & Place: A Social Justice Lens

Ray Offenheiser — Understanding Food Access as a Human Right

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Bradley Roback — Health Food Chicago: The Plan to Change Our Food Culture

LaShandra Sullivan — Rural Land Conflict in Brazil: How Private Security Forces and State Welfare Grant and Limit Access to Food

Susanne Wengle — Industrial Agriculture and its Alternatives in the US and Russia: The Case of Genetically Engineered Crops

Mark Winne — Closing America's Food Gap: Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities

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