Farm to Fork: An Approach to Sustainable Tourism

Why take this workshop?

  • The Farm to Fork Strategy aims to accelerate our transition to a sustainable food system that should have a neutral or positive environmental impact, reverse the loss of biodiversity, ensure food security, nutrition and public health, making sure that everyone has access to sufficient, safe, nutritious, sustainable food.


  • Putting our food systems on a sustainable path also brings new opportunities for operators in the food value chain. New technologies and scientific discoveries, combined with increasing public awareness and demand for sustainable food, will benefit all stakeholders.


Workshop Overview:

An Approach to Sustainable Tourism We behave as we are; we all are fond of visiting different places to explore and experience the new things. We all have that dream to make own selves familiar with new people; but sometimes, we forget to respect the environment as it’s the most important component to live a healthy life. To understand the transformation of the food system right across the supply chain.

This workshop will help us to build ideas to contribute towards sustainable tourism. It is the concept of visiting somewhere as a tourist and trying to make a positive impact on the environment, society, and economy. We all know tourism involves transportations, accommodations, entertainment, recreation, nourishment and shopping which can be related to travel. This workshop will be having some interesting topics like Sustainability Tourism, Demonstration about waste management, Brainstorming based on how we think and some refreshing and engaging activities. The Farm to Fork Strategy covers production and processing, transport and distribution, sales and marketing through to retail and consumption.

Skills You’ll Learn:

Effective Production & Consumption

Time Management

Team Work

Date: 26th March, 2021

Time: 11:00AM- 1:00PM

Venue: King’ s College

Workshop By: GATE College

The registration for this workshop has been closed this year. We encourage you to explore and register for other workshops & case studies at Skill Week 2021.