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In the Future Planet Studies course 'Reflexive Design Project', students were challenged to come up with a sustainable solution to one of the pressing food issues we are facing: from better soil management to a fairer distribution of revenues in the food chain, and from the development of food forests to a plea for a vegan lifestyle. Each project team has designed an intervention that aims to improve the existing situation.
Back to the Foodure
Back to the Foodure

The solution was first tested on a small scale and tweaked after evaluating both the intended and possible unintended effects. Based on their final results, the teams jointly created two pages of a large cookbook that has been prepared for the exhibition Back to the Foodure, ​​​​​​​organised by the University Library in cooperation with the Allard Pierson Museum.

The book can be admired at four different library locations, including Science Park on the first floor in the main hall. On 17 February,​​​​​​​ Big Night, a movie about food as a language - with which one can speak to the gods, create, seduce and strive for perfection - will be shown. And in the week of 21 February, there will be a tasting in the canteen downstairs. Come taste and watch!