How Food Is Produced Today And Its Impact
XPOTENTIAL UNIVERSITY . UNLIMITED THINKING . EXPONENTIAL POTENTIAL
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ABOUT THIS LESSON
In this lesson we will introduce students to the Future of Food course, to the United Nations SDG 2 Zero Hunger initiative, and we will explore the agricultural industry’s status quo and its current impact on the world. Together we will then explore how well positioned existing food production methods are to help us meet the demands of a growing global population against the backdrop of many other global challenges including but not limited to climate change and water scarcity, as well as food affordability, availability, quality, safety, security, and sustainability.
The objective of this lesson is to provide students with a well rounded understanding of today’s food production methods, their impact, and their limitations.
More specifically this block will provide students with:
- An introduction to the problems the world faces and potential solutions
- An opportunity to debate the impact and implications of those problems
- An opportunity to experience the impact of some of these problems first hand
- An opportunity to practise Exponential Thinking and make meaningful contributions
There are no additional materials for this lesson.