In celebration of World Food Day, the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Cooperation), University of Toronto and the Toronto Food Policy Council flew Dr. Michael Carolan to Toronto for a lecture and Q&A session. CBC produced a one hour special dedicated to Dr. Carolan’s work and his latest book, No One Eats Alone: Food as a Social […]
Weeks was one of the only presenters to take a critical approach to market liberalization or to provide a critique of current development paradigms.
Now that local food has gone more mainstream, there’s criticism that it doesn’t go far enough in using food to achieve social goals.
This study seeks to understand how personal and academic networks influence the retention gap between first generation and continuing generation students.
Raynolds, Laura T. 2017. “Bridging North / South Divides through Consumer Driven Networks.” Pp. 167-178 in B. Halkier et al. (eds.) Routledge Handbook on Consumption. New York: Routledge. Abstract Scholars and activists have sought to identify avenues for addressing rising global disparities, focusing largely on reconfiguring production. This chapter shifts our focus to the realm […]
Raynolds explains why Fairtrade International began certifying large enterprises and how its hired labour strategy has developed over time.
CSU has a team science team who coaches, trains, collects data, and provides feedback to support interdisciplinary research teams.
This study will determine if sustainably retrofitted schools have a positive impact on human performance — including student health and academic achievement, and employee health and work satisfaction — compared to conventional school buildings. Results will quantify human benefits of green retrofits, and inform policy and priorities for facility and operational improvements. The study will […]
This research project is supported by a $500,000 grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, a branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The purpose of the support is wide-ranging — to explore food systems and food practices throughout Colorado and beyond.