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How do we adapt agriculture to climate change?
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Course learning outcomes
By the end of this unit you should:
have developed an understanding of the relationship between industrial agriculture and climate change;
understand how fundamental structural adjustments in agricultural policy and a shift in farming methods will help mitigate climate change;
be able to think of cities in terms of their food needs and understand how urban agriculture can play a part in making sustainable cities;
have developed systemic learning of the wider, systemic picture in which climate change is happening.
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- Level 1: Introductory
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