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Food is essential to human survival: it fuels our bodies and provides livelihoods. Our lands and oceans produce enough food — yet a third is wasted every year.

In the United States, one in eight people do not know where their next meal might come from Feeding America, The future of our food supply will be further challenged by climate change, environmental degradation, and worldwide poverty and inequality. The goal of this case is to ensure continued support for agriculture and fishing so that current and future generations are able to produce and have access to safe, healthy, high quality, and culturally appropriate food.

Despite producing enough food to feed the world, global population faces hunger and food insecurity. Lack of good foods has negative outcomes on individual and community health.

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Some regions report high rates of malnutrition associated with health issues and death. In other regions, chronic food-related illnesses lower overall quality of life and further reproduce social inequalities. This challenge addresses availability of, access to, and control over stable, safe, healthy, high quality, and desirable food year long. Research Guide. Last century celebrated numerous medical advances and public health measures that extended life expectancy across the globe.

However, health risks are unequally distributed between and within countries.

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Women and children are particularly vulnerable as women around the world lack access to contraceptives, prenatal and antenatal care and 5 million children under the age of five die annually. Other issues including communicable diseases e. In many countries, populations will require more resources as they age. Those in need are often not able to access care either due to lack of facilities or cost.

The goal of this case is to promote health and wellbeing for current and future generations worldwide.

Mental health issues are often stigmatized and result in social exclusion and disproportionate exposure to other risks. Mental health care heavily relies on expensive medications and therapy while innovative treatments are limited.

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In the United States, dissolution of mental health care systems parallels the rise in homelessness and incarceration rates. This challenge therefore addresses the causes and consequences of mental health issues while promoting greater well-being for all. Advancing anthropogenic climate change may be one of the greatest challenges facing humanity in the 21st century.

Developing countries and low-income communities are already being disproportionately affected by the consequences of climate change including sea level rise, increased frequency of extreme weather events, longer and more intense droughts and wildfires, threats to biodiversity, and others. Design and implementation of place-based adaptation and resilience plans is needed for continued human thriving. The goal of this case is to mitigate climate change as well as support communities in adaptation and resilience while facing its consequences.

The most recent IPCC report calls to address causes of anthropogenic climate change within the next three decades. New, innovative ways of lowering emissions, withdrawal of carbon from the atmosphere, and renewable energy production will be necessary. This challenge therefore calls for strategies to address climate change in the context of global energy resources. The majority of water is used in power generation, industry, and agriculture, often leading to depletion of aquifers. Industrial and agricultural activity may pollute water bodies, further threatening human and ecosystem health.


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Water availability will be further affected by climate change as shifting precipitation patterns will lead to more frequent and longer droughts in some regions. This case therefore aims to prevent further degradation of freshwater resources as well as to promote access to clean water as a universal human right. Industrial and agricultural wastes threaten the integrity of our water resources.

Fertilizers, persistent organic pollutants, pharmaceuticals, plastics, and other pollutants found in bodies of water affect both human and ecosystem health. BA in Sociology.


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