Food biodiversity Charalambos StergiouWednesday July 12th, 2017Friday July 21st, 2017 LUs New No Comments Objectives: Becoming aware that we normally eat just a very small number of varieties of vegetable, cereals, legumes, fruits. Learning to recognize the different varieties of cereals, both the most common and the rarest. Becoming aware of ecological impacts of eating few varieties of food. Download the Global Learning Unit, Activity 1: Cereal and Legume Biodiversity , Activity 2: Recognizing cereals, and Activity 3: Just corn!. biology, environmental education, food biodiversity, food environmental impact, social sciences ← Meat consumption: pros and cons Ecological footprint → Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.