Learn more about the complex issue of food security with our engaging learning tools!

We have also created a sample lesson plan for using these tools in the classroom, including a sample unit test and report assignment! Our lesson plan is designed for the Ontario curriculum, but is being adapted for use in classrooms around the world!

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Feeding 9 Billion:
The Illustrated Series

This whiteboard illustrated video series explores the complex issue of global food security, proposes achievable solutions, and highlights lessons to learn from historical food crises. 

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Feeding 9 Billion:
The Card Game

Discover concepts of food security through this fun strategy game that makes you the leader of your own imaginary country. Can you use your resource cards to feed all of your people, while dealing with worldwide events like climate change and high energy prices?

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Graphic Novel

Experience a modern day food crisis through the eyes of those most affected. Based on real-life historical food crises, like the Dust Bowl and the Great Irish Potato Famine, the #foodcrisis graphic novel is accompanied by 13 informative background essays that explore the complex social, environmental, and economic factors that can lead to a global food crisis.

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Coming Soon

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Podcast: Fiction

This audio drama will use the power of storytelling to convey the effects that a global food security crisis could have on real people.

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Podcast: Non-Fiction

This non-fiction podcast will accompany the audio drama, exploring the same themes though interviews with external subject experts.

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Tabletop Roleplaying

In this game, players will take on the role of different actors in the food system, dealing with challenges such as droughts, civil unrest, consumer boycotts of technology or commodity price shocks.

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