Sustainable Global Food Systems
These videos and podcasts from our Sustainable Global Food Systems MOOC and ‘Food Future Podcast’ are open licensed and downloadable to be watched, listened, and used by anyone with interests in food and sustainability.
In this podcast series, you will hear from five different leaders in global agri-food systems about what they see as the future of sustainable global food systems. Each interviewee has chosen an object that represents that future, and talks about the reasons for their choice. They also discuss some of the biggest challenges food systems are going to face in the coming decades.
The MOOC examines food security from a food systems perspective, exploring issues such as the environmental impact of food production and the public health impacts of current and future diets. It is an introductory course is for anyone who is interested the key impacts that food can have on the environment and society.
Sustainable Global Food Systems videos
The trailer for this MOOC was created using only openly licensed content and showcases the professional results you can achieve without using pricey stock footage or filming lots of new content.
All teams involved benefitted as it saved on studio bookings, filming time, and course development budget. You can read more about the production of the trailer from Instructional Designer Lizzy Garner-Foy and Media Production Officer Calum MacPhail in their guest blog post ‘A sustainable trailer for the Sustainable Global Food Systems MOOC’.
These videos were created by created by staff at The University of Edinburgh. Unless otherwise stated, all content is released under a CC BY-SA license.
Header Image: Screenclipping from the Sustainable Global Food Systems trailer, CC BY-SA, University of Edinburgh