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The YoungLeaders PlasticChallengeTIDE TURNERSPLASTICCHALLENGEIndiaTOOLKIT

AcknowledgementUNEP’s Tide Turners was adapted for India when it was introduced as a campaign in 2019.The implementation partners, WWF India and Centre for Environment Education modifiedthe toolkit to adapt it to the Indian context, developed campaign strategy and implementedthree phases of Tide Turners Plastic Challenge during 2019-2021.The campaign has involved over 3.5 lakh youth across India generating inspiring storiesfrom the ground. Responding to the challenges brought about by the COVID 19 pandemic,there has been increasing interest and partnerships in the digital model of the programme.Partnerships with the national eco club programme of the Ministry of Environment, Forest andClimate Change, Bharat Scouts and Guides, State governments and many other organisationsand networks have sparked a cascading effect for the campaign on single use plastics.TABLE OF CONTENTSI. Foreword02II. About the Challenge03III. Background Information04IV. Challenge Activities- Entry Level08- Leader Level11- Champion Level14VI. Appendices18

Plastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitPlastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitForewordAnything that sounds too good to be true probably is. Plastic is no exception. Cheap, durable, andlight plastic has made its way into every country, every society, every lifestyle. Yes, it makes life easierin lots of ways. Who amongst us can say they’ve never used a plastic straw, plastic shopping bag,or plastic spoon? But here’s the downside: Our production and consumption of single use andLevel 2: Community Outreach and CommunicationHaving the information and knowledge about single-use plastics and its impact, you can reach outto your friends, family and many more in the community to communicate and disseminate themessage and create awareness about the issue of single-use plastics. You will educate others andcontinue your efforts by turning your learnings into actions.disposable (use and throw) plastics and our inability to manage plastic waste sustainably have led toa massive pollution problem. Marine litter and microplastics are flooding our oceans and is hurtingLevel 3: Community Action and Advocacymarine ecosystems and human health on an unprecedented scale.In this level, you will be ready to scale-up efforts to make a greater impact. Activities would includeThe solution does not lie at sea, though. It lies on land with us, the ones who started the problem.cleanliness and Single Use Plastic collection drives and rejuvenating water bodies, connecting toFrom cutting back on our use of single-use disposable plastic to recycling more effectively to findingrecyclers, local governments such as Panchayat or Municipal Ward offices.sustainable alternatives to plastic, solutions to plastic pollution are within our grasp.In this leadership challenge, we’re going to learn what those solutions are and how we can be a part ofthem. That’s just the beginning. Then we will lay out a plan for how we can inspire others to join in theLearning outcomesfight against plastic pollution. The final frontier will be a set of challenges that we hope could unleasha new movement for action that will seek to reduce plastic waste where it matters most: upstream.We’re fortunate to have as beautiful a place as planet earth to call home. And let’s not forget, we sharethis home with wondrous plants and animals, all of whom are doing their part to keep the planethealthy and beautiful. Let’s do our part, too. Let’s keep our oceans, forests, rivers, and roads pictureperfect and free of plastic pollution.About the challengeThe Tide Turners Plastic Challenge is a global youth movement to fight plastic pollution aroundthe world. It is designed to inspire young adults to reflect upon their plastic consumption,So, you want to do something about plastic pollution? Or you’ve been hearing a lot about it and you’recurious? Completing this challenge is a great place to start! You might be wondering: what’s the pointof the challenge, why can’t I just jump in right away and do something about plastic? Great enthusiasm,love it! But go ahead and use the toolkit, because it will help you have a bigger impact on your work.In fact, by the time you complete this challenge, you will be able to:1.Understand how plastic pollution is threatening life in oceans, other water bodies and on land.2.Understand how the global community is tackling the issue.3.Understand and act to reduce your personal use of single-use or disposable plastics;.4.Inspire your friends, family, school/college, and community to refuse , reduce, reuse and recyclesingle-use or disposable plastics.discover solutions to reduce this consumption, and lead change in their homes, communities andinstitutions.5.Take the lead on a wider scale to create lasting change in your region or community related to theuse of single-use plastics and marine litter and mircoplastics.By joining the challenge, you will be part of an entire generation of young leaders who are changingthe world, one action at a time!Level 1: Enhancing Knowledge about Single-use plasticsThe activities are designed to get you thinking about your own consumption and what simple actionsyou can take to reduce single-use plastic from your day to day life.23

Plastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitPlastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitBGBackground InformationWhat are plastics?The problem with plastic pollutionThe word plastic derivesImagine if you could do something about oceanpollution,climatechange,from the Greek wordof being shaped or molded”.health and floods all at once! Soundspolymers of high molecularPlastics are organiclike a job for a superhero? Actually, itmass and often containcould be you! And all you’d have tousually synthetic and mostdo is refuse, reduce, reuse and recycleplastic in your daily life and get othersto do the same. Hello, Captain No-Plastic!If thatsounds weird, guess what? It gets weirder. Plastic is notother substances. They arecommonly derived frompetrochemicals. The firstsynthetic plastic inventedwas “Bakelite” in the year1907 by Belgian chemist,Leo Bakeland.Microplastics are extremely dangerous, as fish andenters rivers and ultimately pollutesother marine animals have been known to eatour oceans.them. This is not cool at all, either for their health orPlastics are non-biodegradable, whichplastikos meaning “capablehumanup around drains, from where itmeans, unlike orange peels or breadStudies showthat 90 percentof bottled waterand 83 percentof tap watercontain plasticparticles.Source: The State ofPlastics, UNEP.crusts, bacteria cannot break downIn other words, plastic waste can takecenturies to decompose, and, in theprocess, could leak harmful chemicalsinto the soil and water. There’s ahuman health and flooding, but much, much more.amazing solutions.Try tourism, toxic waste and turtle safety. But let’s notInstead of decomposing harmlessly, plastic slowlyget ahead of ourselves.breaks down into smaller pieces called microplasticsHave you ever stopped to think about how muchThroughout the history, humans have produced90,00,00,00,00,000 kilos (9 billiontonnes) of plastics. How much is that? Bycomparison, that’s approximately the weight ofplastic you use? For most of us, the answer is a lot.8,00,00,000 Blue Whales.From shampoo bottles to food packaging to toys andThe other nasty nine? Just 9 percent of this 9billion tonnes has been recycled (turned intosomething reusable).even clothing—a surprising amount of the stuff weencounter on a daily basis is either made of plastic orhas some plastic component to it. So why did we endSource - ion-9-billion-tonsrecycling-63922up using so much plastic and is it all bad?The main problem lies with single-use plastics, orthings we use just one time and then throw away.These include plastic straws, takeout containers, foodwrappers, water bottles, and shopping bags. We useand toss way more single-use plastics than we need.2. How’s the plastic hurting?away gets into drains, piles up on roads or opensingle-use plastic bags. What does that look like? Well,if tied together, plastic bags could be wrapped aroundthe world seven times every hour.50 percent of all the plastic we use is single-use.Sources : llution and The State of Plastics4Milk jugs, cleaning agents, laundry detergent,bleaching agents, shampoo bottles,washing and showering soaps.Polyvinyl ChlorideTrays for sweets, fruit, plastic packaging,(bubble foil) and food foils to wrap food(measuring less than 5 mm in diameter), which areeven harder to clean up.Low-density PolyethyleneCrushed bottles,shopping bags, high resistantsnacks and most of the wrappings.PolypropyleneOver the past 20 years,entrepreneurs, companies andresearchers have created a hugevariety of biodegradable and/orcompostable plastic substitutes.Everything from edible six packrings to grocery bags made fromshellfish shells—it’s all out there.Source: CleanSeas Back to SchoolPlastic Challenge - https://bit.ly/2RBJ2qo)Furniture, consumers, luggage, toys as well asbumpers, lining and external borders ofthe cars.PolystyreneToys, hard packing, refrigerator tray, cosmeticbags, costume jewelry, CD case, vending cups.Other plastics, including acrylic, polycarbonate,polyactic fibers, nylon, fiberglass.This is where things get problematic. Our wasteAround the world,5 trillionHigh density Polyethylenethe rest of it?contain the plastic onslaught. The plastic we throwEvery year we use up toSoft drink bottles, mineral water,container, cooking oil.of plastic has been recycled, what happens toDon’t mean to keep you up at night, but packaged drinking bottles arepurchased every minute.Polyethylene TerephthalateIf you’re scared to ask, we’ll do it: If only 9 percentmanagement systems don’t have what it takes to1 millioncontains nano particles of plastic.it into something which is harmless.silver lining, though: scientists are coming up withTwo not-nice ninesbecome part of our dinner. Our daily table saltcurrent generation of plastics and turnonly connected to ocean pollution, climate change,1. What’s the scoop on plastic?ours, because quite often fish who ate microplasticslands and gets buried under soil. What we throwalso may get into our ponds, lakes, rivers and seas. Ahuge quantity of plastic which gets collected alongwith our garbage ends up in trash dumps. Many ofThe surprising uses of banana peelsCartoon characters slip on them all the time. Butthey’re good for something even more important:Insulating electric cables instead of using plastic. Whowould’ve thought? Fortunately for us, 16-year-old ElifBilgin from Turkey did think. She also developed heraward-winning idea, not giving up even after 10 failedtrials.Learn more: https://bit.ly/1a4nr3hthese are right by a water body, which means trashoverflows from them directly into the water body.Landfills, which are designated sites for dumpingsolid waste, are not much better. As it moves tolandfills, plastic litter and lighter plastic such aspolythene bags often fly off in the wind and end5

Plastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitSingle-use, so much to loseNearly one-third of the plastic packaging we useends up clogging our city streets and polluting ournatural environment.Every year, up to 13 million tonnes of plastic leaksinto our oceans where it endangers marine wildlife.That’s the same as pouring an entire garbage truckof plastic into the ocean every minute.By 2050 there will bemore plastic in theoceans than there arefish (by weight)Earth needs to look #instaready too!The beauty industry has been in the spotlight lately forits rampant use of plastics. From microplastics in facialscrubs to excessive plastic packaging to the practicallyindestructible facial and wetwipes, a wide range of beautyproducts are wreaking havocon the planet. We all need tochoose our products morecarefully—find tips in Appendix3 of the badge. We can’t bemaking ourselves look goodwhile ruining the Earth’s naturalbeauty.Plastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitHOW LONG UNTIL IT’S GONE ?Check out decomposition timelines of some of the items that we often use.Learn more at: -has-a-plastics-problem?verso true.Fastest todecomposeSlowest todecomposeWhew! That’s a lot to take in. But the great partis, each and every one of us can do something toTEA BAGWOOLENSOCK1 monthtackle plastic pollution.And we’re going to start1 yearBANANASKINright now.BANANA6 weeks6 weeksMASK10 monthsAPPLECORE2 monthsWorld Cleanup Day is a thing!Did you know there’s a day dedicated to making theworld cleaner? A whole global movement comestogether to take action and dosomething about the waste intheir backyard. Cleaning up yourroom might be a bore butcleaning planet earth is fun –especially when you’re joiningforces with millions of peoplein 150 countries around theworld. Join the fun on 21stSeptember2 months06 months8 monthsPLASTIC BAG20 yearsMAGAZINEMAGAZINE50 yearsS50 up/064 months200 years12 monthsMOBILEPHONEPLASTICBOTTLE1000 years450 years400 years10 months600 years800 years1000 years7

LEVEL1Plastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitBackground InformationChallenge activitiesLEVEL 1: Entry levelGROUP ACTIVITIESThe plastic literacy test : Check your plasticliteracy test here based on the toolkit. Downloadyour literacy test from dashboard.Nominate a group member or the groupcoordinator to conduct a lecture/talk on thefacts and information from the toolkit. You canalso download the orientation PPT from thelibrary on www.tide-turners.orgOrganize a classroom test You can print thequestion paper, display the questions on theclassroom blackboard or if you have a projector,you can screen the questions on a white wall.Send an invitation to all the group members/students to participate and attempt the penand paper test. Evaluate the individual responsesheet and voila!Take the plastic literacy test with a funknowledge activity.Be a bookworm and read all the facts andinformation in the toolkit. Take the test andknow if you have already become a plastic guru!Earn a 50% score on the plastic literacy test toprogress to the next level!Around 11.1 billion plastic items are tangled in coralreefs—blocking their oxygen and light and releasingThe International Plastic Bag Free Dayis observed on July 3 annually. The day isobserved to raise awareness about thegrave issues of plastic pollution and theserious threat that it poses to the naturalenvironment ranging from land to marinelife. As plastic bags take around 100500 years to decompose, it creates landpollution as it is dumped in landfills andproves hazardous to the marine animals ifit gets washed into oceans. So, it becomesimperative to raise an alarm against theill-effects of single-use plastic bags.The campaign started by Zero WasteEurope’s Bag Free World, became a globalinitiative to educate people on the harmfuleffects of plastics. The day, July 3 has beendesignated as the International Plastic BagFree Day to promote the use of eco-friendlyitems such as paper bags or cloth bagsinstead of plastic bags and get rid of singleuse plastic bags. Source: l-plastic-bag-free-harmful chemicals.Before you embark on the next levelof challenges, let’s learn a bit moreabout plastic pollution.Earth wants to know what feels so heavySo, there’s tonnes of plastic. Why is that such a big deal?The 300 million tonnes of plasticwaste we produce each year,that’s what. That’s nearly thesame as the weight of theentire human population!Only because it hurts everyone on the planet.Source: lutionWhy does plastic pollution matter?But don’t take our word for it.Six ways plastic waste hurts the planet1. Harming our marine friendsHad a bad meal lately? Ocean animals say “join the club.”Many marine animals swallow plastic items or gettrapped in them and often die as a result.2. Spoiling our soilPlastic waste takes its toll on land, too. Plastic fromlandfills leaks toxins into the soil and water, affectingthe health of soil, plants, and soil dwellers likeearthworms performingessential ecosystemservices. By entering oil, plastic—you guessedand-images-to-share-3919652.html)it—finds its way back tous via the crops we eat.Download your Reporting Templatefrom dashboard.INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITIESPlastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitDid you raise the bar? How manymembers qualified for the plasticliteracy test? (Students who haveanswered atleast 50% questionscorrectly will qualify this level)Kicking off anew lookSpanish footballteam RealMadrid’s newkit is madecompletely fromocean plastic!While India is not a top global consumer ofplastics11 Kgs (https://bit.ly/2TTDdXK) of plasticare consumed per capita compared with 110Kgs in the U.S. it has poorrates(https://bit.ly/2LgRVI3)of waste management.Much of the country’srecycling sector is informaland unregulated, operatingwithout governmentoversight. Every day, Indiagenerates 1.5 Crore Kgs(https://bit.ly/2PE9Mr6) ofplastic waste of which only90 Lakh Kgs are collectedand recycled, leaving therest to pollute water, clog drains, kill cows anddegrade soil.Source: an-india n 5b3a09b6e4b0f3c221a28a0789

LEVEL2Plastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge Toolkit3. Cranking up climate change5. Sick of plastic!Yep, plastic is behind climate change, too. Plastic isWhen plastic bags block sewage systems, this resultsmade from petroleum and making plastic productsin stagnant water that provides a breeding groundaccounts for around 8 percent of the world’s oilfor mosquitoes and other pests. This situation canproduction. That figure isprojected to rise to 20lead to the spread of malaria and other vector-borneConduct community-level awareness sessionspercent by 2050. Drilling for oil and processingdiseases. Source: Single-Use Plastics—A Roadmap forto sensitize people around you and create a biggerit into plastic releases greenhouse gases into theSustainabilityimpact!environment, which causes global warming andhence contribute to climate change. And wait, there’s6. Costing us big bucksLEVEL 2: Leader levelGROUP ACTIVITIESThe Ministry of Environment, Forest andClimate Change, Government of India,notified the Plastic Waste ManagementAmendment Rules, 2021, which prohibitidentified single use plastic items which havelow utility and high littering potential by 2022.Show your creative side and draw up some banners,posters, and placards from recycled material. ReferIndia is committed to take action formitigation of pollution caused by litteredmore. Even when it’s just sitting around in seawaterCleaning up the plastic mess is expensive. In fact, weto the information in the toolkit to put up slogansand sunlight, plastic releases green house gases.Single Use Plastics. In the 4th United Nationsspend billions each yearand messages to generate awareness among localEnvironment Assembly held in 2019, Indiadealing with waste.community members. Use these props to conducthad piloted a resolution on addressing single-an awareness rally,nukkad natak, sabha/charcha/use plastic products pollution, recognizingbaithak in your neighborhood/locality. Rememberthe urgent need for the global communityto maintain physical distancing and practice covidto focus on this very important issue. Theappropriate behavior.adoption of this resolution at UNEA 4 was aSingle - use Plastic affectsour economies in otherNo, you’re not hallucinating ways, too, for exampleThe plastic waste items that can be used forroad construction are various items like plasticcarrybags, plastic cups, plastic packaging forpotato chips, biscuits, chocolates, etc.by discouraging tourism.Source: van/waste?Did you enjoy the activity? Tell us more toprogress to the next level!According to the State ofDownload your Reporting Template from dashboard.Who wants to go visitplaces covered in plasticsignificant step.suggest that the total economic damage to the world’smarine ecosystem caused by plastic amounts to moreWe’re still going. Did you know that plastic wastethan 8 billion every year.”can cause flooding in cities? The thing is, plastic bagsSource: hic-if-you-can%E2%80%99t-reuse-it-refuse-itclogs drains and waterways, which is a key cause ofurban flooding in many countries such as India andBangladesh.distribution, sale and use of followingsingle-use plastic, including polystyreneand expanded polystyrene, commoditiesshall be prohibited with effect from the 1stPlastics report, “Studies4. Blocked drain, major painThe manufacture, import, stocking,1. Which activity did you conduct?0 Awareness rally0 Nukkad Natak0 Sabha/Charcha/Baithak2. How many youth members were part of theactivity?3. How many community members did you reachout to through this activity?4. Share 2-3 pictures of the activity conductedTake your action to next level by gettingmedia coverage. Do share us the paperclippings.July, 2022:a. earbuds with plastic sticks, plastic sticks forballoons, plastic flags, candy sticks, ice-creamsticks, polystyrene [Thermocol] for decoration;b. plates, cups, glasses, cutlery such asforks, spoons, knives, straw, trays, wrappingor packaging films around sweet boxes,invitation cards, and cigarette packets, plasticor PVC banners less than 100 micron, stirrers.Source: D 1745433DID YOU KNOW ?Cigarette filters contain tiny plasticfibres? In fact in a recent Global survey ,cigarettes were the most commontype of plastic waste found in theenvironment. Other sneak plastic canbe found in chewing gum, clothing,glitter and tea bags.1011

Plastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitPlastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitINDIVIDUAL ACTIVITIESConduct community-wide outreach to generateFact bulletin!awareness and create a bigger impact!Background InformationSegregation at source is Integral to a good wasteHow can the world solve plastic pollution?processing efficiency.Use your skills to create a cool video or athe ocean than fish by weight.PowerPoint presentation based on information inSince 2000, the world has produced thesame amount of plastic as all the amount inthe preceding years combined.Governments need to createstrong policies that encouragea more circular way to design,produce and consume plastics.They also need to make sure allplastic products are properlyAlmost 75% of all plastic ever produced hasalready become waste.labelled so everyone knowswhat can be recycled and how.By 2050, there could be more plastic inthe toolkit. Call upon your classmates, relatives, or yourfriends in the neighborhood to attend your virtualworkshop. Educate at least 25 people to progress tothe champion level!Do not forget to take a virtual selfie with youraudience.Tell us how did you perform as the plasticexpert?2. Which resource did you develop for your session?0 PowerPoint0 VideoSo far, more than 60 countries have introducednational laws on plastic bags and Styrofoamproducts.Only 9% of plastic ever made has beenrecycled, only 10% of that has been recycledmore than once.Plastic waste could be cut by 57% byphasing out single-use plastics and reducingthe plastic burden on our waste systems.93% of bottled water analysed from ninecountries were found to have varying levelsof microplastic contamination.1. How many people did you educate through yourworkshop?management system. It improves collection andShare with us how you got on with thechallenge activities for leader level.Collect your badge and proceed withthe champion level. You’re just one stepaway from earning your championbadge.One of the most important aspects of sustainability isachieving a circular economy. A circular economy is analternative to the traditional linear way that economieswork, in which we make stuff, use it, and dispose of it.In a circular economy, we hang on to and use resourcesfor as long as possible, get the most value out of them,and then find ways to recover and regenerate productsand materials.They need to encourage and invest in researchand innovation for new solutions, and to raiseWhen you count regulations at local levels asawareness amongst everyone about reducingwell, there are more than 140 laws around theor cutting out single-use plastics. The businesses,world aimed at banning and discouraging thecorporates, RWAs and institutions need touse of plastic bags and Styrofoam.enforce these policies at the local level and makesure that plastic is consumed and disposedoff responsibly. Tie up with local recyclers,mandating waste segregation and periodiccollection of waste by recyclers.Share! Show off! You’re a tide turner!Completed any of the challenges yet? Make sure you shoutabout it and let the world know! What was fun about thechallenge? What was not so great? Did you learn somethingthat surprised you? Did you inspire anyone else? We want yourphotos, videos and stories!Tag us at @WWFINDIA @CEEEmail : tideturner@ceeindia.org tideturner@wwfindia.netInstagram: @cee india @plastictidetuners indiaFacebook: @Centre for Environment EducationTwitter: @CEEAhmedabadMostly, it’s too soon to say if the laws areactually working. But in 30 percent of cases,dramatic drops in plastic pollution and plasticbags usage have already been reported.As India progresses towards a circular economy,there is need to transition towards improved wastemanagement systems with increased emphasis oninformation, education, and communication (IEC)amongst its citizens on the issues relating to plasticwaste management.Source: /plastic-waste-management 0.pdfPlastic debris found on Milman Island, Queensland.Image credits- WWF-Aus / Veronica Joseph1213

LEVEL3Plastic Tide Turners Challenge Badge ToolkitLEVEL 3: Champion LevelGROUP ACTIVITIESPick up your observation lens and identify a river/lake/ pond/street which needs a clean-up. Form ateam of young warriors from your group to carry outthe cleanup drive and revive an area of the river/ lake/pond or any other common place of public interest.Remember to follow covid appropriate behaviourand wear safety gears such as gloves and masks whiledoing the cleanup activity.But before you get started, connect with thepanchayat/ward/block or municipality head andget their written support for the safe disposal of thecollected waste. Let them join you in the clean-upeffort!They can help you with the required collectionequipment, and also find out about the nearestrecycler. You can also send recyclable waste to a localwaste aggregator to support his livelihood and makethe environment happy at the same time!Do not forget to take a selfie with thebefore and after look of the cleanup site!Tell us about your achievements to ace thechampion level:1. Which location did you choose for the cleanup andwhy?2. How many youth members conducted the cleanup drive?3. How many kilograms of plastic waste did youcollect?4. What were the main items you found littered atthe clean-up site?Tell us about your achievements to ace theINDIVIDUAL ACTIVITIESCreating behaviour changeWanting to change the world (for better) isalways great but it’s never easy. Most peopleare too slow to change .Turtle by the way is avictim of disposable plastic bags - so manyare dying eating them thinking it is jelly fish. Work as a team and support one another.Before getting started, think hard about howto make your projects successful.The following may provide some food forthought:Be specific. E.g., instead of saying “use lessplastic,” you could advise others to “startcarrying a reusable water bottle around.”Action planning. Help the people you’reworking with create a realistic plan that canwork.Paying attention to current behaviour. Ithelps when people start thinking about howthey do things and how they could/shouldchange.What’s getting in the way? Everyone has aton of excuses. No time, no money, not enoughinfo. Be prepared for this and arm yourself withhelpful alternatives and information.Putting words into action. Talking aboutstuff isn’t enough. Getting others to try thingsout for themselves helps them take the plungeand has more impact.Spending time in nature. Get your friends offtheir phones and in the fresh air. Feeling moreconnected with nature makes people want tolook after the planet and keep it beautiful.Saying it out loud. Try to get others to makepublic commitments about tackling plasticpollution. Making promises makes it morelikely they will keep their word.Share, share, share. Encourage everyone tospread the word through their networks andcommunities. People are more likely to listento what a friend has to say than a politician orsome random official.Keeping an eye on things. Making a start isone thing, but how to make sure people keepup their good behaviour? Follow up with them,send them reminders, prompts, and maybeeven start a system of rewards.Pick up your observation lens and identifychampion level:awater body/park or any other areathat needs a cleanup. Geo-tag the cleanup site. You can invite more1. Which location did you choose for the cleanup andwhy?people from your network to join you for the activity.2. How many youth members conducted the clean-Conduct a cleanup drive and revive the river/ lake/up drive?pond or any other commonplace of public interest.3. How much plastic waste did you collect?But before you get started, contact the municipality4. What were the main items you found littered athead and get their written support for the safethe clean-up site?disposal of th

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