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Food Production - Organic and Conventional

An introduction to the debate surrounding food production, and especially the choice between organic and conventional food production models.

Films on Demand Service

There are a number of videos available on this subject, both on the internet and through our available databases. This page features some useful examples. For more, we recommend accessing the Films on Demand database.


As climate change worsens and the global population rises, we risk food shortages worldwide. Are organic farming and hydroponics the key to farming's future?

Of the Land is a detailed exploration into our current food supply as well as a variety of organic options available to people who want to support sustainable farming methods.


Modern food production is largely dependent on fossil fuels. Now that we are beginning to reach the end of them, the main question remains: How will we feed a global population of 9 billion people in 2050? In the Netherlands, Belgium and Silicon Valley, numerous startups have sprung up that use smart technology, big data and new distribution systems to find solutions. This program explores tomorrow’s food, which not only needs to be sustainable, tasty and organic, but mainly nutritious and above all sufficient to feed the entire planet. Will the approach of this new generation of food startups help us to ensure the necessary quantity and quality of food in the future?

A political/scientific thriller to reveal the truth about GMOs, shedding light on an issue that is vital for the future of world food supplies, the environment, and public health, but which is often rendered vague and unclear by the dogmatic attitudes and language of the pro- and anti-GM crop lobbies.