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Today, we’ll look at issues of food insecurity and food justice in the Americas, considering the compounding effects of climate change and exploring strategic and collaborative responses. We’re joined by Chris Bacon, Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences at Santa Clara University and Bannan Faculty Fellow in the Ignatian Center. Professor Bacon specializes in sustainable livelihoods and food security in Central America and environmental justice in California. He is the principal investigator for two multi-year collaborative grants with funding from the National Science Foundation and Agropolis Foundation, France. Professor Bacon’'s work often takes a community-based and participatory action research approach to generate knowledge that informs both theory and social change. He teaches environmental politics and policy, political ecology, and food justice.

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