Chef Fish Challenge invites schools to create and cook recipes with fish and seafood in video. The recipes must raise awareness about sustainable consumption of fish while respecting the Ocean and its resources. Em português? Basta clicar aqui.
Students, helped by their teachers, must work in groups and produce video recipes with fish, in order to raise awareness in their school community and subsequently in their families so as to adopt more sustainable behaviours.
Produce video recipes with fish and raise awareness in their school, community and families, on the adoption of more sustainable behaviours.
Levels of Participants in the competition:
- Level A – groups of 3 students from the 1st Grade to 4th Grade
- Level B – groups of 3 students from the 5th Grade to 9th Grade and Technical Courses
- Level C – groups of 3 students from High School and Professional Schools
Various groups from the same school can participate and one teacher can participate with more than one team.
Teachers will also have available the E-book Chef Fish with useful information about Ocean Literacy and important tips for fish consumers, such as the importance of choosing sustainable fish; the availability of fish population stocks most sold in Portugal; choosing the best fish and how to preserve it; new labels in fish products and the importance of eating fish for a healthy and balanced diet.
For each level of the competition, each responsible teacher and each student will receive an action camera capable of underwater recording.
The Chef Fish Project is designed and implemented by DECO and is co-financed in 85% by EEA Grants and in 15% by DECO.
Through the EEA Grants and Norway Grants, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway contribute to reduce social and economic disparities and to strengthen bilateral relations with the beneficiary countries in Europe.
The three countries cooperate closely with the EU through the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA). For the period 2009-14, the EEA Grants and Norway Grants amount to €1.79 billion. Norway contributes around 97% of the total funding. Grants are available for NGOs, research and academic institutions, and the public and private sectors in the 12 newest EU member states, Greece, Portugal and Spain. There is broad cooperation with donor state entities, and activities may be implemented until 2016.
Key areas of support are environmental protection and climate change, research and scholarships, civil society, health and children, gender equality, justice and cultural heritage.