As the UN puts it: It is time to rethink how we grow, share and consume our food. If done well, agriculture, forestry and fisheries can provide nutritious food for all and generate decent incomes while supporting people-centered rural development and protecting the environment.
RSP Competences sdg2 Zero hunger
To understand how global economic systems contribute to the phenomenon of hunger.
Be aware of examples of hunger either locally, or globally and of the possible causes.
Contribute to ending hunger by acting collaboratively both within and outside of own discipline, role, perspectives and values.
Contribute to ending hunger by critical evaluation of the relevance and reliability of assertions, sources, models and theories.
Visualise different future scenarios for maintaining a sustainable food supply.
Develop awareness and understanding of the predicament of those living in hunger.
Find creative suggestions as to how to end hunger.
Contribute to ending hunger by acting transparently and accepting personal responsibility.
Contribute to action that will ease hunger.
Recognise how our values affect actions and behaviours and how these actions, in turn, might increase or reduce hunger of others.
Work to reduce hunger in a proactive and considered manner.
Contribute to ending hunger by acting in a cautious and timely manner even in situations of uncertainty.