This learning program does not want to instruct. It wants to give impulses, which aspects of our nutrition are good for our health and for the health of the planet. What we can do differently and better. And it wants to give you many opportunities for reflection and, above all, to try things out and do them yourself.
There is no "must" and no "first this, then the next" for working through the learning modules. You decide in which order you want to proceed. And in which time blocks you would like to devote yourself to the topic. If you stop in the middle of a module, you can start again at the next call. And there are some video contributions that last an hour or more. Here, too, you decide according to your time and interest whether you just want to take a look or watch the whole thing.
And now: lots of inspiration!
Kick off Webinar
We'll start with a webinar where I'll give an overview of the entire program, engage participants in sharing, and ...
Healthy food for us and the planet
The first of the five self-learning modules aims to create foundations that participants can use to find or develop points of reference for their "new" dietary behavior.
Where does our food come from?
In this module, participants learn enlightening facts about the origin of their food. And find out that they can make a contribution to protecting the climate.
Purchasing and storage
It shows that sustainable nutrition starts with purchasing and storage. And the participants identify their personal potential.
Packaging - a problem
This module sheds light on the packaging problem. And attempts to answer the question of what this has to do with consumers.
Zero Waste Cooking
Now it's getting tasty. The participants deal with the waste that is produced during cooking and learn how to handle it tastily in a very practical way.
The last module is about personal reflection on what has been learned and tried out.
In the concluding webinar, participants share their experiences and insights with each other. And ...
And you're done. I hope you've had a few 'aha'-experiences and many 'why not'-moments. And you are now inspired and motivated. Not only to make your own eating habits more sustainable, but also to get the people around you to join in.