Knowledge for better food systems

Foodsource news

Attentive visitors of FCRN’s sister website Foodsource may have noticed new features on this learning resource arriving in the last few months. For example, you can now download all Foodsource images in high resolution here. They include diagrams and explanatory mindmaps and can be used in presentations, on websites and teaching materials (with credit to the FCRN).

Foodsource consists of 10 informally peer-reviewed chapters providing a clear, accessible, balanced and scientifically robust overview of the many interlinked social and environmental issues related to our food system.

We are actively seeking feedback on how to improve Foodsource. If you have any ideas or suggestions for improvement, please contact Sam at

  • If you’re a student, what additional resources would you like to see included to help you with your studies?
  • If you’re a lecturer, how can we make these learning resources more useful to you in devising your curricula?
  • If you work at an NGO, food business or government, what topics or functions could we add so that you can use Foodsource in your work?

We are working hard on further improvements and look forward to sharing these with you over the coming months.
The FCRN team