Youngsters from across the world are posting inspiring pictures of cleaning up trash in their community.
If you have seen people on your social media sharing pictures posing with heaps of trash, don't forget to tag along.
The Trashtag Challenge is the latest thing to take over the Internet and the results are inspiring.
What is the Trashtag Challenge?
The original challenge dates back to 2015.
An outdoor lighting company UCO had launched the Trashtag project as a promotional campaign to encourage people to pick up trash while they were out in the wild.
While the challenge died out eventually, in early March 2019, Bryon Roman, an American relaunched the cleanup challenge on social media under the hashtags #Trashtag and #BasuraChallenge.
'Here's a challenge for all you bored teens,' Roman wrote on Facebook.
'Take a photo of an area that needs some cleaning or maintenance, then take a photo after you have done something about it, and post it,' he added.
While the original post is no longer available, it was shared over 3 lakh times.
Within a week, thousands of supporters from across the world joined in and posted their pictures.
It started as a silly stunt for bored teens to clean up rubbish in parks and beaches.
It soon turned into a positive social media campaign that has got global attention of the young and old alike.
Take a look at these pictures!