Do you have an interest in food production or do you work with food? Do you find it challenging to fit together the concepts of healthy food and sustainability for people and the planet?
Food systems are a key factor in improving sustainability and you who work with food or are interested in food can become a change leader in this field. Leading change towards sustainable food systems requires a holistic approach because food often evokes emotions, the food system is complex and the rate of change is high in the area.
The Diet for a Green Planet online course is designed and adapted to professionals working with food and people with an interest in sustainability alike. The participants get thorough knowledge of sustainable food systems and work with their transformation and leadership qualities.
Welcome to a course that combines thorough knowledge of sustainable food with transformation management!
26.4: Registration for the course closes.
20.5 / 27.5 / 3.6 / 10.6: Introductory meetings to ”Understanding sustainability in the food system”.
Hans von Essen, agronomist/senior advisor at BERAS International.
Malin Håkansson, PhD in Human factors/Ergonomics, change leader in Diet for a Green Planet.
... and guest lecturers who are experts in the field.
People working in the food system – from farm to fork:
Novia University of Applied Sciences together with BERAS International.
The total cost for this course of 15 cr is 200€. This is divided into two separate payments. One at the beginning of the first study unit, and the second in January 2022.
Marianne Fred, Novia University of Applied Sciences
Senior advisor, Food Systems. MD BERAS International Foundation. Main teacher, Diet for a Green Planet, Change Leader, Stensund Folk Highschool. Main teacher, Diet for a Green Planet, Managing Transformations in the Food System, Novia University. Tel: +46 735 627738 E-post
Research related collaborations, MatLust Tel: +46 8 523 064 40 E-post
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