Even a simple meal for one involves issues of economics, politics, technology, climate change, and distribution. As our population shifts, people’s diets evolve and food production systems change, as does the complexity of feeding the planet.
Geography professor Bill Moseley, researcher Julia Morgan ’17, and President Brian Rosenberg came together to feed the audience’s mind in a discussion about food, agriculture, and research in Burkina Faso through the lens of geography.
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