Cleaning Of Parks And Beaches As The #Trashtag Challenge Goes Viral

  • Cleaning Of Parks And Beaches As The #Trashtag Challenge Goes Viral

Cleaning Of Parks And Beaches As The #Trashtag Challenge Goes Viral

The second is the socially conscious that doesn't always do what it's meant to do, like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which involved thousands of people dumping buckets of ice water on their heads without actually donating to the cause. We are loving Mother Nature's new makeover. From there, #Trashtag started trending on Twitter and had people all over the world tidying up the great outdoors.

Earlier this week we saw some of the UAE's key figures taking part in a popular social media challenge, as they revealed seven of their favourite books over seven days. Forget Kiki and Momo Challenge, Here are 5 Positive Social Media Challenges You Should Actually Take Up. First year he ended up with 75 contractor bags full. But it resurfaced online when a Facebook post was directed at bored teens, asking them to be a part of this #Trashtag Challenge.

On Instagram alone, there are more than 28,000 posts under the #Trashtag hashtag.

Twitter users shared their pictures cleaning up their local area, with some calling the challenge "the best that has ever happened to the internet".

"With statistics indicating that there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish by 2050, the world must step up and commit to a more concrete action plan to generate solutions that can reverse these statistics", said Dr Thani Al Zeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment. Unlike the unsafe 48 Hour challenge or Bird Box Challenge and the pointless (yet fun) Planking or 10 Year Challenge, the Trashtag Challenge gets people to clean up their communities. Then take another photo of it after you've collected the garbage and post both in social media under #trashtag.