Ten trash challenge

After discovering the absurd amount of plastic on the tiny island of Gehh, I knew that I needed to do something; something more than just writing blogs and reposting on social media. So I’ve decided to start the Ten Trash Challenge. In this challenge, you are tasked to go outside and pick up 10 pieces of trash. Go for a walk, a hike, a run and pick up at least 10 pieces of trash(obviously, the more the better!). Or, if you’d rather, recycle 10 plastic bottles with photo evidence. You would then go to your preferred social media platform and nominate 3 other people to do the same, as well as posting your own photo evidence. Our Earth is in danger and doing a social media challenge is the perfect way to bring attention to this issue.

If you are reading this, you have been automatically nominated for the Ten Trash Challenge! You must either go outside and pick up 10 pieces of trash or recycle 10 plastic bottles. Post pictures of you doing either (or both) on your preferred social media platform. Be sure to nominate 3 of your friends!

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