Feeding a Hungry Planet: Agriculture, Nutrition and Sustainability, the FREE, massive open online course (MOOC) developed by the Thematic Network for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems for the SDG Academy, is relaunching on April 16!

If you’re not familiar with this course, it covers the role of agricultural and food systems in the ambitious yet imperative goal of feeding every member of our growing world population a healthy diet. I and other faculty members serve as lecturers in short videos and have provided research and insights that enrollees can read in conjunction with the videos. We discuss the history of agricultural development, the intersection of food and agriculture systems with the Sustainable Development Goals, technological advances in these fields, and much more.

The full list of lecturers are:
Achim Dobermann of Rothamsted Research
Jessica Fanzo of Johns Hopkins University
Ken Giller of Wageningen University
Upmanu Lall of Columbia University
Michael Lee of Rothamsted Research
William Masters of Tufts University
Rebecca Nelson of Cornell University
Johan Verreth of Wageningen University

In addition to signing up yourself, your assistance in getting this course into the hands of those who can most use it, including practitioners, researchers, and emerging professionals, would be most appreciated! Check out @SDG_Academy on Twitter for an easy re-tweet, or email Jay Neuner at the SDG Academy for additional promotional materials.