Agricultural and Environmental Law
2KO Africa offers onsite training in Agricultural and Environmental Law anywhere in Africa.
The Agricultural and Environmental Law certificate program expands the opportunity for degree-seeking students as well as life-long learners to enhance the knowledge of law, emerging legal issues focusing on agriculture, rural communities, and the food industry. The certificate addresses legal concepts pertaining to water quality, land-use and other environmental concerns. Additionally, students gain an appreciation of the challenges created by an expanding population on food production and renewable energy resources.
This training program is designed to support practitioners, decision-makers, and development partners who work at the intersection of ICT and agriculture. Our hope is that it becomes a practical guide in understanding current trends, implementing appropriate interventions, and evaluating the impact of those programs.
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Program Key Features
What are the rights of a farmer? How do you pursue legal protection for land, produce and property? What does it look like toensure the safely of others when it comes to agricultural practices? Take your knowledge of the law and agricultural experience to the next level. This course focuses on legal issues that arise in rural communities and the food industry. You have the opportunity to examine legal concerns surrounding water quality, land-use and other environmental issues and to develop a working understanding of the legislative regulation of food production, renewable energy and in expanding population. The goal of the program is to provide you with a firm grasp of the laws that may impact your career and personal activities.
Who Should Attend
It is intended for those who are new to agricultural law or who may deal with it only in connection with development or commercial use of agricultural land. It will be a refresher for the more experienced agricultural practitioner.