Finally, a viral challenge that’s making the world a little bit of a better place. Known as the #TrashTag challenge, the social media “movement” per se, has inspired people to go out of their way and clean up litter-soaked places to the
Finally, a viral challenge that’s making the world a little bit of a better place.
Known as the #TrashTag challenge, the social media “movement” per se, has inspired people to go out of their way and clean up litter-soaked places to the likes of beaches, forests and public parks.
Unlike some of the other more recent challenges, this one makes people feel good about themselves and the environment around them and helps to clean up spaces for others. As thousands of people go outdoors to help clear trash and litter, they help people focus on taking care of their community for future generations and others.
The challenge has been taken up by people across countries, and goes by different names including #CleanUpChallenge, #trashchallenge and #ChallengeforChange.
It all started with this post on Instagram and the challenge caught fire:
Users across Twitter, Reddit and Instagram have started to clean up polluted areas near them and are sharing their stories on social media.
— Adhiti (@frizhbee) March 10, 2019
— Robbie McNeil (@RMcNeil2105) March 10, 2019
— Kelllvvviiinnn (@kelllvvviiinnn) March 9, 2019
— Megan (@bacon_N_megs) March 10, 2019
— GermanG (@ger__mann) March 11, 2019
— City Dave (@daavidcabrera_) March 10, 2019
#trashtag Dozens of kilometers on beaches in Panama where residents prefer to dump garbage into rivers and beaches instead of arranging it correctly. The problem will not be solved as long as they do not educate children and adults correctly. #trashtagchallenge #TrashChallenge pic.twitter.com/n8vN8Yg8eV
— Jaime Massot H. (@jmassot) March 12, 2019
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