By 2050, the world’s population will have reached 10 billion… and unless we act now, there won’t be enough food for everyone to eat and there will be unacceptable damage to the environment and biodiversity. That’s why educating future generations to help everyone have access to safe, affordable, nutritious food without harming the planet will prove so vital.
It’s not just about producing more food more efficiently! For younger people, it’s about promoting healthy eating choices, changing attitudes towards food to avoid waste and increase the value of food in their lives. We have a range of education resources to help you, and can also help your school develop policies that address food security challenges facing your own pupils – all of which can lead to better learning outcomes and improve your pupils’ health and wellbeing.
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