Food Security and Sustainability – SERIES (Wageningen University and Research Centre)


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How is it possible that the world currently produces enough food for everyone, but still people suffer from hunger and nutrient deficiencies? How to produce sufficient food in an environmentally sustainable way to feed the increased world population in the future?

In this Environmental Studies XSeries from the Wageningen University and Research Centre, you will learn about the principles of food production, the sustainability of food production systems and the actors and their roles in mediating access to food at international, national, local, household and individual level.

The courses include:

Food Security and Sustainability: Crop production
Learn the basics of crop production in order to feed the world and preserve our planet’s resources.

Food Security and Sustainability: Systems thinking and environmental sustainability
Learn how to apply systems thinking to improve the environmental sustainability of food production systems.

Food Security and Sustainability: Food Access
Who decides what food is on your plate? Understand the basics of access to food and food decision-making from a multilevel perspective.

Learn more about this online course and how to register.


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