This is a series of provocations designed to provide resources for students to inquire into the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs. For more, click here.
Zero Hunger. It’s a bold goal. But if we work together to wisely use the tools and abundance of our world today, it is possible. Share the resources below with students to help them inquire into this important global goal.
Resource #1: World Food Program Quiz on Hunger
Resource #2: Michael Pollan’s Food Rules by Ant House Studio
Resource #3: An Oasis in the Midst of a Food Desert by Great Big Story
Resource #4: Tweet from the World Food Program
Maria Rita says food has never been a problem for her family before #CycloneIdai. They used to grow tomatoes, cucumber, pumpkin, beans, maize and never ran out.
A joint seed & food distribution with @FAO is helping smallholder farmers in #Mozambique return to the field. 🌱🌾👇 pic.twitter.com/layeL3iQbG— World Food Programme (@WFP) April 17, 2019
Resource #5: The Good Garden: How One Family Went From Hunger to Having Enough by Katie Smith Milway & Sylvie Daigneault
- Why does hunger exist?
- What efforts improve hunger?
- How can we more wisely use the food we grow?
- What are the different perspectives on food shortages?
- Whose responsibility is it to ensure everyone has enough to eat?
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