Currently, around one-third of all food produced worldwide is either lost or wasted, making it one of the largest problems facing the world today.
In our third issue of Nourishing Minds, we chose to explore food loss and waste because it is recognized as a serious threat to food security, the economy and the environment. We want to see a world where businesses, governments and individuals come together to maintain a strong sustainable food value chain.
Download one of our curriculum-linked teacher lesson plans below to see how you can incorporate Food Loss and Waste into your teaching.
How do we achieve Goal 2: Zero Hunger without compromising the future?
In our second issue of Nourishing Minds we chose to explore the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals because they are the future of our industry. We want to see a world where Goal 2: Zero Hunger is achieved and "development meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
This is a global agenda that we strive to achieve every day.
Download one of our curriculum-linked teacher lesson plans below to see how you can incorporate the Sustainable Development Goals into your teaching.
We produce enough food for the world's population but there's still hunger. Why?
In this first issue of 'Nourishing Minds' we explore food security and food insecurity while breaking down the stages food goes through from food production to food waste.
We investigate the various causes of food insecurity including environmental and social factors, and address the challenges of achieving food security globally. By creating content that engages students and empowers educators, we bring agriculture to life today so that together we can change the world to a better tomorrow.
Download one of our curriculum-linked teacher lesson plans below to see how you can incorporate Food Security into your teaching.