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Food and Agribusiness Institute brings "Hunger Games" to SCU

Posted on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012
The Food and Agribusiness Institute (FAI) is raising awareness of global hunger issues. FAI brought its own version of the Hunger Games to SCU last spring to engage students, faculty, and staff with issues of hunger and malnutrition. Read about this event and the 5th Annual Hunger Issues Forum, set to take place September 28. Read More »

Chris Bacon: Reducing seasonal hunger, food insecurity; food justice research in Nicaragua

Posted on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012
Assistant Professor Chris Bacon of the Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences has been conducting research on sustainable food systems and food justice in Nicaragua during the past several summers. Read about how he is working to combat food insecurity and issues of food injustice and hear his advice for creating a more sustainable global food system, which is a critical part of a more ecologically, environmentally, and socially just world. Read More »

News and Events

Posted on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012
Sustainability Champion Awards | New online resource: Self-Guided Sustainability Tour | SCU serves as hub for transport to AASHE conference | Special group solar discount program | Malley waste characterization | Campus donation drive for office supplies | Santa Clara Valley Green Gardner Read More »

Did you Know?

Posted on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012
Dining Services by Bon Appetit is working with the Real Food Challenge this summer to evaluate how to improve the availability of "real" food on campus. Read More »

Take Action

Posted on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012
Tips to take action: reduce, reuse, recycle, and respect, related to food. REDUCE: eat locally with Harvest of the Month | REUSE: get creative with leftovers | RECYCLE: start composting at home | RESPECT: become a WWOOFer Read More »

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Posted on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012
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