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Future of Food

Full Programme Overview

About the Course

The Future of Food is a comprehensive journey into the Future of Food designed to align with the Sustainable Development Goal 2 (SDG2): Zero Hunger, Sustainable Development Goal 3 (SDG 3): Good Health and Well-being (for people and planet); Sustainable Development Goal 12 (SDG 12): Responsible Consumption and Production; Sustainable Development Goal 13 (SDG 13): Climate Action. Over the course of this programme learners will delve into the intricate web of food production, sustainability, health, and innovation, while fostering empathy, collaboration, and forward-thinking.

The Future of Food, weaves sustainability, health, innovation, and empathy, unveiling the intricate web of our agricultural and culinary world. Learners will explore local and global pathways, gaining insight into the stories that converge to place food on our plates. Learners are introduced to food production, and value chains spotlighting the diverse players shaping our food landscape.

The programme prompts learners to r eflect on the environmental impact of consumption, and explore the profound link between food and well-being, while gaining insight into the future of food trends shaped by STEM and agriculture. Global demographics, mapping food trends and engaging with the challenge of feeding almost 8 billon people sustainability this programme acts as a primer for agricultural science and the new Climate Action and Sustainable Development Senio Cycle programmes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the basics of food production

  • Understand the link between food and culture

  • Learn about climate and the environment;

  • Develop skills in research;

  • Develop skills in circular design thinking

  • Learn about emerging food trends and technologies through the STEM and agriculture for a more sustainable, inclusive, and nourished world.

Research +

MM1: From Food Waste to Food Gain

MM2: 21c Food Leadership

Experimentation + Exploration

MM4: Feeding the World in the 21st Century

MM5: The Food We Eat


MM6: Food Frontiers Coming Nov

MM7: Media Communications 1-4

MM3: Nurturing and Sustaining Connections

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