Sustainability through food to empower youth

Sustainability through food to empower youth

As part of its work, the Barilla Foundation has promoted the creation of high value partnerships, in the belief that sharing skills and tools can create synergies capable of achieving more solid and valid results.

The collaboration with the Economist Intelligence Unit has led to the Food Sustainability Index, a study that analyzes nutritional challenges, the sustainability of agricultural systems and food waste in 67 countries around the world, and has allowed the creation of FSI-Edu.

MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), created with the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) and SDG Academy, is instead a digital toolkit for people interested in understanding the complexities associated with food and environmental sustainability.

Higher education

FSI Edu
The Food Sustainability Index as an educational tool

FSI Edu is an educational module for university lecturer to make the great complexity of the food sustainability understandable in the classroom, identifying the challenges and good practices in place related to nutritional challenges, sustainable agriculture and food waste.

Higher education

MOOC
“Sustainable Food Systems: a Mediterranean Perspective”

The MOOC “Sustainable Food Systems: a Mediterranean Perspective” is a free on-line course, with video lessons, readings and tests, created by BCFN and SDSN (Sustainable Development Solutions Network).
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