Noah Zerbe

Politics

Biography: 

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

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