The challenge is open to individuals (11-35 years old) as well as eco clubs and youth groups. You can register as an individual or as an eco-club to participate in the challenge.

Registration is open until June 2021..

UN environment Programme’s Tide Turners Plastic Challenge is being implemented by WWF India and Centre for Environment Education in India. ISKCON India & Govardhan Eco Village (GEV, Mumbai) are supporters of this cause.

Challenge is open to youth from Pan-India

Yes, if you are not associated with any eco club, you need to register for the challenge as an individual youth.

There is no scoring for the first level. However, you need to score at least 50% of the maximum score alloted to the second and third levels.

Apart from the satisfaction of having made a huge impact in reducing single-use plastic consumption, you will receive a badge on completion of each level and you will get a certificate from the United Nations Environment Programme on completion of the entire challenge.