RISE – A holistic farm sustainability assessment method in teaching

RISE - an assessment method for sustainability on a farm level and it's valuable use in teaching.

Veronika Zbinden and Christian Thalmann, both from Bern University of Applied Sciences (BFH), School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences (HAFL), introduce RISE (Response-Inducing Sustainability Evaluation) as a method and explain how to use it in the classroom. RISE is a method for assessing the economic, social and environmental sustainability performance of agricultural production at the farm level.

For more information, visit the BFH website.

And don’t hesitate to contact Veronika Zbinden and Christian Thalmann directly!

Do you want to know more about this teaching format? Besides the CAAST-example there is another video about this teaching format where lecturers and students talk about the detailed contents and personal experience with the RISE- study week. -> Check it out here! (only available in German)

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RISE – A holistic farm sustainability assessment method in teaching

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