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Environmental Law Class To Be Taught By Leading Experts
by Jim Karpen
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5 May 2015
''Making Peace with the Earth,'' a course on global environmental law and food policy being offered at Maharishi University of Management this month, will feature top experts, including Ved Nanda, JD, the director of International Legal Studies at the University of Denver and a leading international law scholar and global activist.
The course will identify key global environmental and food challenges facing the planet, and the international treaties that are currently in place to address them.
It will also examine the new paradigms, policies, and laws that need to be created in this century to make lasting peace with the planet.
Also teaching the course will be Bill Goldstein, dean of global development and MUM general counsel, who will identify the issues, A. Thimmaiah, expert on global food challenges, John Fagan, widely known for his expertise on genetically modified food and organic certification, Vandana Shiva, an Indian environmental activist and anti-globalization author, John Ikerd, an expert in agricultural economics, and Clovis Kabaseke, a professor at Mountains of the Moon University in Uganda.
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Global Good News comment:
One of five key areas covered in the MBA in Sustainable Business at Maharishi University of Management is Self Sustainability—to develop students' inner potential and leadership abilities through Consciousness-Based Education. All students, faculty, and staff practice the Transcendental Meditation program, which has been shown through extensive published research to boost learning ability and creativity, develop integrated brain functioning, and reduce stress—while creating an academic environment renowned for its dynamic, harmonious, and enriching quality of life.
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