Sustainability in European Agriculture

E-Learning Course

How can we produce enough food for a growing population and at the same time protect nature? To answer this question, our interdisciplinary research team of 25 scientists shed light on European agriculture: How has agriculture in Europe changed over the past century? Where are we now? And what options do we have for a sustainable future? We have condensed the most important results and insights into an interactive e-learning course.

  • Free e-learning course: 3 modules, 6 hours of interactive materials

  • If you are a teacher or professor, you are free to use and adapt the materials for your class. Click here for more information.

  • The course covers a wide range of disciplines and perspectives, from historical analysis to remote sensing techniques, and from surveys to big data.

  • Intended audience: students (BSc, MSc, PhD) and anyone else interested in the topic.

SIPATH is a research project by

Funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation