On “World Environment Day” celebrities around the globe are coming together to join their forces and urging people to some change and go green. The World Environment Day is the annual event that is globally celebrated to spread positive actions for the environment. Every year a country host the day with a theme. This year the WED is being celebrated with the theme no plastic pollution. Celebrities all around the world are joining hands and making a switch from the single-use plastic. They all are joining other celebrities by challenging their friends with the hashtag: ‘BeatPlasticPollution’.
You're it! Join the global game of Tag to #BeatPlasticPollution for #WorldEnvironmentDay – show how you're making the switch from single-use plastic & challenge 3 friends to do the same: https://t.co/diOnvsuk1g pic.twitter.com/5BCMkYXF07
— UN Environment (@UNEnvironment) June 3, 2018
Indian celebrities too joined the campaign for a green environment and Dia Mirza, UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador, leading the mission from India. She launched the campaign and opted eco-friendly sanitary napkins and said no to non-biodegradable ones. Then she challenged actor Alia Bhatt to take up the challenge forward.
By taking up the challenge, the Raazi actor too joined the campaign by swapping plastic bottles with stainless steel ones. She further challenged fellow stars and passed on the baton.
Have a look at how celebs are leading the campaign in India
Tag, I’m it – thanks for tagging me @adriangrenier! I switched to biodegradable sanitary napkins when I realised they are made mostly of plastic!#BeatPlasticPollution with @UNEnvironment for #WorldEnvironmentDay! Hey @sahil_sangha @aliaa08 @JNJCares – Tag, you’re it! pic.twitter.com/gmi8prQERU
— Dia Mirza (@deespeak) May 27, 2018
#BeatPlasticPollution by switching to steel or glass bottles today! Plastic bottles take 450 years or more to decompose, harming us and our environment. I’m now one step closer towards purging plastic from my life. Hope you guys will make the switch too!#LetsCoexist @deespeak pic.twitter.com/VyI70hggRv
— Alia Bhatt (@aliaa08) June 3, 2018
I would like to tag my fellow environment friendly friends 😊😊@Varun_dvn @arjunk26 @sonamakapoor to take up this challenge and and show us how you've taken a step away from plastic and towards a more sustainable future.. #BeatPlasticPollution 🙌🙌🙌✅♻️
— Alia Bhatt (@aliaa08) June 3, 2018
It takes one small step to #BeatPlasticPollution! I’ve replaced using plastic bottles with a metal one. It’s convinient & environment friendly. Tagging @AnushkaSharma @RanveerOfficial & @ParineetiChopra to take up the challenge & inspire others to choose a sustainable future. pic.twitter.com/JNWbIgiVU8
— Arjun Kapoor (@arjunk26) June 3, 2018
Dee!!!🌟😘😘 Thank you for taking up this wonderful initiative & for making sure we stay responsible always! 😊🤗
Nominating @DianaPenty, @sonamakapoor, @RajkummarRao & @ReallySwara. Hope you guys are up for a challenge! 😏☺️#BeatPlasticPollution#WorldEnvironmentDay@deespeak pic.twitter.com/D8PDkaM4tI
— Aditi Rao Hydari (@aditiraohydari) June 3, 2018
I am joining Rally for Rivers & United Nations to beat plastic pollution. Are you with me to try every bit to eliminate all single use plastic from our world? @rallyforrivers @UN @UNinIndia pic.twitter.com/JYHQbFyGWe
— Juhi Chawla (@iam_juhi) June 2, 2018
The movement to beat plastic pollution is growing and I urge you to https://t.co/nBnPP29oav can#BeatPlasticPollution by sharing a video or photo on this #WorldEnvironmentDay .I would like to challenge my friends to spread this initiative @parupallik @PRANNOYHSPRI @GuruSaiDutt1 🍃 pic.twitter.com/0l48nAIrA8
— Saina Nehwal (@NSaina) June 3, 2018
Thank you so much @rjraunac for the challenge and I am up for it. I promise that from now onwards my journey will be #SaafJourney and i will minimise plastic use. I further challenge @nehaaggarwal to #BeatPlasticPollution warna @RedFMIndia wale #RailBanaDenge. pic.twitter.com/ncCh7HVcHX
— Manika Batra (@manikabatra_TT) June 4, 2018