The materials in the learning modules bring together insights from contributors around the world and are intended to encourage collaborative co-learning to support new ways of problem-solving in our food, land, and water systems. Within the modules you will find various forms of learning materials: INTERVIEWS with experts, multimedia PRESENTATIONS about key concepts, CASE STUDIES and examples from the field, LESSONS LEARNED essays, and LOOKING AHEAD insights to help uncover more equitable, holistic and resilient pathways for the transformation of our food and agricultural systems.
We invite you to explore the learning modules and “choose your own learning adventure” as fits best with your interests and perspective in the food system space. You can start at the most relevant entry point for you (click on a section of the flower figure), and from there explore content and topics beyond your comfort zones, and at different scales – from the farm to the global level or the other way around. In bringing together flexible and relevant insights and toolkits, we hope to support you to actively anticipate and manage synergies and trade-offs between people and nature in our food, land, and water systems.
As we all continue learning together in this space, we invite you to become a contributor if you’d like to share your own perspectives, experience, and tools. Please contact us to get involved.