Spring 2022: Reimagining Eating In & Eating Out
At Edible Education, the class sessions, readings and assignments aim to guide students to develop food-systems intelligence — a personal understanding of how the diverse facets of the food system relate and depend on one another, especially one's own role as a participant in the food system and how individual and collective choices, actions, behaviors, policies and public and private interests affect it.
This semester, we reimagine eating in and eating out. The food system – a $12 trillion business – was amongst the most impacted areas during the pandemic. The ways we produce, prepare, and consume food have undergone dramatic changes. As we redefine what is “normal”, changes to the food system that directly address climate change and social justice are within our personal and collective reach and power.
Edible Education 101 is conducted at Berkeley Haas every Wednesday from 6:10-8pm PST starting on Wednesday, January 19th. Sessions will be livestreamed and posted on this page following each class. Please note that the classes on April 13 and April 27 will not be livestreamed.