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Earth warriors use TikTok to raise awareness on pressing environmental matters

Manila, Philippines – April 28, 2021 – As an easy-to-use platform for creative expression TikTok gives users an opportunity to shine a light on their advocacies through content that is both informative and entertaining. With this, creators are able to keep others informed on issues that they are passionate about. One pressing topic that has been creating buzz on TikTok is the preservation and protection of the environment. 

In celebration of Earth Month, which takes place in April of every year, highlighted by Earth Day on April 22nd, TikTok reinforces its continued commitment to boost awareness around environmental issues, and educate communities on sustainability, in a way that will resonate with many people around the world. This will be done through a communications campaign that aims to encourage sustainability-led conversations and trends on the platform, and highlight local creators and content that are driven towards this cause. 

Anyone looking for ideas on how to better care for the environment can already find a lot of inspiration on TikTok. These videos are a great place to start.

Start with one thing

@antoinettetaus@discovery #ComposeForTheEarth #StartWith1Thing #DiscoveryEarthDay #EarthDay #EarthDayPH♬ original sound – Antoinette Taus

In this video, environmental advocate Antoinette Taus shares simple ways to make a difference and do your part for the Earth. As an actress and singer who has spent much of her life in the spotlight, she uses her popularity to promote environmental awareness, and has even founded a non-profit organization that fosters action for sustainable development.

Take on a recycling project

@chrisalesssMake your own DIY Nightlamp with some recycled materials! 🪔💡 #TikTokSkwela #diyph #TikTokU #LearnOnTikTok #fyp♬ I Like Me Better – Lauv

It isn’t always possible to refuse single use plastics, so instead of throwing them away why not repurpose them and give them a new life? Here’s an easy-to-follow tutorial for how to turn a plastic bottle into a night light.

Learn about deforestation

@treeforestationHow does deforestation affect our lives and the environment? #fyp #philippines #deforestation #environment♬ original sound – Treeforestation

Through Treeforestation, a project by students of De La Salle University, you can learn about how deforestation affects the environment, as well as our lives. The campaign project also helps people understand what can be done to address this issue.

Dispose of trash properly

@johndeseoSave the environment 🌍 #LearnOnTikTok #EdukasyonPH #motivationph #TikTokU #tiktokphilippines

♬ Buttercup – Jack Stauber

The simple act of disposing trash properly can make a difference in the environment. This video includes a quick tutorial for how to fold trash to make it more compact, and easier to keep in your pocket or bag until you have access to a trash bin.

Discover more content about saving the Earth on TikTok, and do your part to help the world heal! Download the app on your iOS and Android devices to get started.

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