Educating kids for healthy, safe and sustainable food

SAVE THE PLANET

LEARNING TO SAVE RESOURCES

LEARNING TO SAVE RESOURCES

Save the Planet is a project co-created by the BCFN Foundation and the Foundation for Financial Education and Saving (FEDUF).

This is a learning program designed for schools of any type and level, which was launched at the EXPO Milan 2015, with the aim of exploiting the buzz of the Universal Exposition to draw attention to one key Human Right: the right to healthy, safe and sustainable food.

THE LEARNING PROGRAM

The Save the Planet program consists of 4 learning modules for the classroom: "How and Why We Should Become Sustainable Citizens", "People, Food and the Planet", "Business and Sustainability" and "Sustainability in Finance".
Each module offers text and video content to find out more about the issue. Students can actively participate, producing multimedia content on the practical implementation of the project, which can be shared on the project platform.

Students are split into two main age groups (9-12 and 13-18 years old), and can register at no cost.

THE LEARNING PROGRAM

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