Challenges are the latest trending topic on the Internet. We are obsessed with the number of challenges the Internet is producing. As Netflix series, Bird Box came out and the internet was filled with dangerous #BirdBoxChallenge. The #10YearChallenge was trending just a month ago.
Now, the current trend in the challenge is #Trashtag and we want everyone to follow the trend. This is the challenge, Environment needs badly.
— Daily Pictures (@getyerfix) March 12, 2019
To complete the challenge you need to click before and after photograph.
Before — Photo of an area that is littered.
After — Photo of an area you just cleaned.
Post the two photographs side by side and the challenge is done.
The Internet is actively participating and is uploading there before and after picture. And we hope this doesn’t fade away soon.
— Kelllvvviiinnn (@kelllvvviiinnn) March 9, 2019
— Moston Litter Picker (@AJDelusion) March 11, 2019
— Daily Pictures (@getyerfix) March 10, 2019
The #Trashtag became viral after this Facebook post.
— Viko (@crypto_garf) March 12, 2019
#trashtag #TrashChallenge Around 500 volunteers helped with the cleanup of 5 million kg of trash from this Mumbai beach.https://t.co/7UPGOKsGFDhttps://t.co/QBIMDUU8SThttps://t.co/5O8VJjYGTN pic.twitter.com/xWjsA1JPQ8
— Pratika RCC Pipes Hyderabad (@rcc_pipes) March 10, 2019
🚨 #trashtag Challenge! 🚨
Single use plastics are DESTROYING this planet that we call home, so if you see something, DO SOMETHING!
Know of an area that could use a clean up? Take a before photo, roll up those sleeves and get to work, take an after photo, post it and TAG US! pic.twitter.com/CqDvmKwRrk
— Sea Shepherd SSCS (@SeaShepherdSSCS) March 11, 2019
40 Norwegian Folk High School students from Alta spent one-week picking trash at a local beach, gathering a total of 12,400kg! We can’t help but love the fact this is catching on globally! #trashtag #trashtagchallenge #norway pic.twitter.com/hezXhGvHaQ
— trashtagchallenge (@trashtag2019) March 11, 2019