How are food habits changing around the world? And how are food habits changing the world? This publication of the project “We Eat Responsibly” is the starting point for teachers and students from Eco-schools to explore our food system and why responsible food consumption matters. Published by Glopolis.
The international Forum for Change Menu took place at Impact Hub in Prague from October 21st to October 23rd, 2016. The event was organized by Glopolis as part of the educational project Menu for Change, which is focused on responsible food consumption. The Forum was attended by 120 lecturers and teachers from many countries who help both students and adults understand the impacts of our food on humanity and our planet.
This report by Finnwatch looks at the impacts of palm oil production in Malaysia and Indonesia, the main countries that produce this commodity. The background section looks into the ecological, social and economic impacts of palm oil production.
Our planet produces enough food for all people on the planet. Still one person out of seven suffed from starvation in 2012. How is it possible? Watch this very interesting video by SOS Faim to find out!
In Greenpeace’s vision, ecological farming is based on 7 principles: food sovereignty, benefitting farmers and rural communities, smarter food production and yields, biodiversity, sustainable soil health and cleaner water, ecological pest management and resilient food systems.
With food we also waste water, farm land and energy. Learn more about the global consequences of food waste and easy solutions on the consumer level. Video by the UN.
Over the past ten years efforts have been made to curb the harmful impacts of palm oil production by introducing certification systems. What exactly has been achieved over this time and is it possible for mass consumption and ecosystem conservation to coexist? Published by Glopolis.
We Eat Responsibly project's leaflet offers interesting facts about impact of our food, provides tips for responsible consumers and gives an information about our project. Moreover, printed version comes with traditional variety of tomato seeds! Published by Glopolis.
Eight policy recommendations for the entire food chain to help encourage healthy and sustainable diets, including support for food education. Published by Friends of the Earth and WWF.
Hamburgers are pretty cheap and popular. In America, people eat an average of three a week. But what are the hidden costs? Watch this very interesting video by the Center for Investigative Reporting.