WHAT YOU’LL NEED
Below is a list of the key resources, materials, permits and skills needed to implement this project. Please remember that some tools or resources might need to be adapted or substituted depending on your circumstances.
SIZE OF THE EXAMPLE
Evaluate food and other products to come up with powerful alternatives together!
People & time
- SET-UP: 1 day
- ACTIVITY: 2-6 hours
The above parameters refer to full time dedication of at least one person.
- Leadership and activity management
to run the activity, coordinate the actions and involve the participants.
- Student / participants
to provide food examples
- Grocery store
to buy the products to analyse (if they are not provided by the participants)
👉Tip: Recruiting a local teacher, educator or shop owner who knows where their food is sourced from may be helpful when running this as a large class or group activity.
Tools & Materials
Very little, all extremely easy to access. To analyse the examples you will need:
- Pencils or pens
- Printer (optional)
- Food and products of daily consumption.
Location and logistics
- A space to do the activity (it can be run in any open or indoor space)
- Place to keep food examples
Laws & Certifications
To analyze food examples and host the activity you won’t need any funding – materials can be donated by participants or provided by the organizer.
Type of license
This Blueprint is developed in collaboration with its Originator with the purpose to enable as many people as possible to take action for Climate Change. A licence is not required. This is an open source project.
geography range: global
This project is open source. Anyone can adopt and replicate this project, anywhere.
Important: All the information of this section is indicative.
They are based on the experience and references of the Originator and current Replicators. Some of these elements might vary significantly depending on your location. The Blueprint is designed to guide you and identify how to maximise the impact for your own context.