Food System Hubs Innovating towards Fast Transition by 2030

2022 – 2025 – Erasmus+

FOODSHIFT Pathways addresses the role of education in transitioning to a sustainable food system and the need for new generations of empowered young citizens. Working with 6 partners across 6 European countries, FOODSHIFT Pathways works with schools, teachers and other educational staff to understand how sustainability, climate and food is integrated into education, and how this can be improved to meet the changing needs of society.

SusMetro expertise in FOODSHIFT Pathways:

  • Needs analysis within current educational frameworks

  • Qualitative research among key stakeholders

  • Development of competence recommendations for sustainability education

  • Analysis and harmonisation recommendations for education policy

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