On Demand: Econ Camp Session 4 – Lessons for Economics of Food Systems, Climate Change and Economic Policy
Originally presented: Oct. 26, 2021
In this session, you will discover how to help students apply an economic way of thinking to managing grand challenges such as food waste, climate change, environmental sustainability, and feeding a growing population. Learn the latest about pollution markets and economic policy. You will experience and receive links to new lessons and activities to help students use data to gain insights towards solutions to these global challenges.
Afterwards, this form will enable you to submit follow up questions!
David Perkis, Ph.D., Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Louisville Branch
Jeff Sanson, Indiana Council for Economic Education
- Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
- Indiana Council for Economic Education
- Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics
- Purdue University Center for Economic Education
- University of Southern Indiana Center for Economic Education
What is it?
This session was part of Econ Camp, an annual professional development event for high school teachers.
Purdue University is an equal access/equal opportunity university.