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Global food crisis

Global food crisis

The aim of the exercise: to uncover the causes of the global food crisis Download the GLU

Sustainable fishing

Sustainable fishing

The aim of the game: players will have to choose between strategies of co-operation and competition players will experience the consequences of the use and overuse of shared resources players will be able to identify those factors that affect the…

The Development Compass Rose

The Development Compass Rose

The aim of the game: to sensitize to the topics of limited water supply and conscious water consumption to get acquainted with the notion of virtual water (water footprint) Download the GLU

Coffee

Coffee

The aim of the exercise: to discover the economic and social aspects of sustainability through a given product (coffee) to get acquainted with the concept of fair trade Download the GLU

Cocoa – not all kids like it

Cocoa – not all kids like it

The aim of the exercise: to sensitize to the subject of fair trade to get acquainted with the social and economic aspects of sustainability to get acquainted with the concepts of: child labour, modern slavery Download the GLU

Agrofuels – should we produce fuel?

Agrofuels – should we produce fuel?

The aim of the exercise: to sensitize students to the topic of responsible agriculture to become acquinted with the economic and social aspects of sustainability to understand the following concepts: agrofuel, biodiesel Download the GLU

The Real Price of Banana

The Real Price of Banana

The aim of the exercise: to explore the economic and social aspects of sustainability through a produce (banana) to become acquainted with the concept of fair trade Download the GLU

Fair Trade Festival

Fair Trade Festival

Learning objectives: To draw students’ attention to consequences of globalization. To make them aware that our choices (e.g., our responsible consumer attitude) actually affect people living in far-away regions of the earth. Download the GLU Download the GLU’s appendix

What’s for lunch?

What’s for lunch?

Objectives: To explore waste production in relation to food and the different alternatives available for reducing it. To learn how to gather and compare information. To develop mathematical skills and basic competences in the fields of science and technology. Learning…

Is there a food crisis in the world?

Is there a food crisis in the world?

Objectives: Become aware of the limited character of pedagogical resources of our planet and correlate this with the global demographic growth; Be able to identify the genuine problems of humankind from the point of view of ensuring food in an…

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