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food biodiversity

Global food crisis

Global food crisis

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

Seeds: basic concepts and trading

Seeds: basic concepts and trading

Students will: become aware about the importance of seeds from perspective of nutrition, self sufficiency and trade, understand that climate and soil conditions vary around the world and become aware that the plants (crops and others) adapted to these diverse…

GM technology – curse or blessing?

GM technology – curse or blessing?

Learning objectives: The students reflect their knowledge about GM technology. They will learn about the positive and negative effects of GM technology on the basis of case studies. The students can take self-sufficient, reasonable decisions based on their knowledge You…

Seasonality

Seasonality

Objectives: To promote more awareness on ethical and sustainable issues related to consumption patterns; To gain better understanding of the importance of consuming natural seasonal local produce versus imported processed food for sustainable development; To enhance understanding of the carbon…

Sharks

Sharks

Objectives: To understand facts about sharks, the importance of biodiversity and its link with the food chain; To show animals in a habitat are interdependent, animals depend on other animals; To learn that the extinction of an animal causes the…

Food around the World

Food around the World

Objectives: Being curious and welcoming new experiences within different cultures; Exploring the wide range of eating styles around the world; Becoming aware that diet is influenced by our environment and economic situation; Thinking critically about food’s nutritional value; Becoming aware…

Where does our food come from?

Where does our food come from?

Objectives: Make students understand the importance of local food systems; Raise awareness on farming processes and sources of food; Make students understand the importance of local food systems; Raise awareness on farming processes and sources of food; Download the GLU

From Farm to Fork

From Farm to Fork

Objectives: To understand the concept of a food supply chain; To be able to apply the concept of a food supply chain to certain types of food; To grasp the concept of different ways of production and critically assess which…

Food biodiversity

Food biodiversity

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…