Noah Zerbe



Teaches international and comparative environmental policy and food politics. His research focuses on the social, political and environmental consequences of agricultural biotechnology. He is the author of Agricultural Biotechnology Reconsidered: Western Narratives, African Alternatives (Africa World Press, 2004), and numerous articles on environmental governance.

Areas of Interest: 

Food politics, alternative food systems, and political economy

Ph.D. 2003, Political Science, York University, Toronto
Noah Zerbe
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