Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Climate Change: Agriculture and Food Systems
January 29 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
West Village F, Room 20 (+ Google Map)
This free and open course is intended to promote climate change education, resilience, and action. We will examine the basic science of climate change, its local and global impacts on the natural world, the built environment, and humankind, and strategies for preventing its worst outcomes while preparing for those we can no longer avoid.
January 29: Agriculture and Food Systems
- Becca Berkey, Director of Service-Learning, Northeastern University Center of Community Service and Lecturer, Northeastern University School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs
- Liz Allen, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Northeastern University Global Resilience Institute
A longstanding tradition in the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, the Myra Kraft Open Classroom is a semester-long seminar series for the Northeastern community and the general public, and is hosted by the School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs. The series seeks to invite diverse audiences to converge around a central theme and generate conversation about current topics relevant to our local and national communities.