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food waste

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…

Food Waste and Adulteration

Food Waste and Adulteration

Objectives: Students will gain basic competences on how to read a food label; Students will become aware of the issue of food adulteration; Students will gain knowledge of food items commonly consumed and adulterated in South East Asia; Students will…

Food Waste

Food Waste

Objectives: To create awareness of food waste: how it happens, how it can be avoided and why it is important for a sustainable future; To show that parts of food we usually throw away can also be eaten; To launch…

Don’t Litter our World!

Don’t Litter our World!

Objectives: Make students understand the danger of litter to the ecosystem, wildlife, people and the planet; Make students aware that everyone can take an active role in reducing the problem of litter and waste of resources; Download GLU

Junk food and food waste

Junk food and food waste

Objectives: Understanding why many industrial foodstuffs may appeal to the eye and to the taste buds, but have poor nutritional value and health benefits. Analysing the causes of food fraud and its potential consequences. Knowing about the laws and organisations…