Forget the Ice Bucket Challenge or the more recent Ten Year Challenge, this month it's all about the Trash Challenge.
This viral challenge encourages people across the globe to post before and after photos of themselves cleaning up outdoor spaces such as local parks or beaches with the hashtag #Trashtag.
Although not a new challenge, it was originally created back in 2015, it has recently been given a new lease of life by Facebook user Byron Roman who posted last week asking 'bored teens' to take it on and do their bit by removing rubbish from outside space in their local community.
The post has since been shared over 300,000 times and people are loving the idea.
Let's check out some of the best before and after transformations.
Did you know only 9% of plastic is recycled?
Currently, in the US, there are more than 3,00 active landfills.
This the Pacific Ocean which is home to thousands of species of marine life.
This is what actually happens when plastic is dumped in the sea.
Do we really want the whole world to end up looking like this?
But on a more positive note, it seems that people are finally taking some responsibility for the world they live in and in particular, their local surroundings.That's the spirit, Tyra. It only takes one person to make a change, however small. Others will soon follow.
The Litterati is a crowdsourced community with the aim to clean the planet one piece of litter at a time.
Then there is this clean up of a beach in Mumbai that took three years of hard work to complete.
The hashtag #Trashtag has actually been doing the rounds since 2015.
And now #Trashtag has been resurrected.
Facebook user Byron Roman posted his version of the concept with the caption: 'Here is a new challenge for all you bored teens.'
And before he knew it, sh*t had gone viral.
RT itzJambole: Good job guys! 👏👏 Let it be Trending! #Trashtag Here is a New #Challenge for all. Take a photo of… https://t.co/RDP4CkxN5G— Sajith Abeywardhana (@Sajith Abeywardhana)1552385659.0
And it is literally happening all over the world.
And here's another great example in Lal-Dhori, Girnar.
These ones are doing their bit in Greece.
#Trashtag Challenge! Get out there and do your part folks ❤️ https://t.co/l67G4Szh81— a⚡️ (@a⚡️)1552386501.0
Why not do your bit in a bikini?
And the award for the most filled bags by one man goes to . . .
Some have been organizing local clean ups for some time but have been further motivated by the #Trashtag challenge.
Others have since taken their own initiative since the challenge began.
#trashtagchallenge #trashtag challenge - this is how we can make our surrounding nd environment clean ... Sometime… https://t.co/eY6l3240EP— Mohit Vaid 🇮🇳 (@Mohit Vaid 🇮🇳)1552385945.0
Check out these little eco-warriors in Cornwall.
And even more little helpers geting stuck right in.
And even students who can be notoriously work-shy (sorry students, but it's true).
This clean up seems to have been done on horseback.
Why not get your dog involved?
Midge trades trash for treats on his walks. #trashtag https://t.co/mBlfxlB2Cr— Jacqui (@Jacqui)1552380873.0
And these ducks seem to have come in useful.
Ultimately it is down each of us to make a difference.
Keeping the environment clean is the responsibility of each of us. #trashtag #freelancercleanup https://t.co/FwX280AUVw— kabir khan (@kabir khan)1552385427.0