Litter Less is an international anti-litter campaign coordinated by Eco-Schools International and sponsored by Mars Wrigley. The campaign encourages students to tackle litter and waste issues in their school through regular monitoring, awareness raising and behaviour change. Schools apply each year to take part and successful schools receive financial support to go towards their Green-Schools actions. Applications are now closed, check back in September 2021 for further information.

Litter Less Campaign Schools 2020/21

Exciting News! Take part in the #LitterLessTogether Competition!

Green-Schools registered on the Litter Less Campaign are invited to take part in an exciting new international competition! Working alongside our Eco-Schools friends in Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales we invite you to take part in #LitterLessTogether, to raise awareness about litter in your community and for a chance to win some great prizes!

To take part all you have to do is complete one (or all) or the challenges below, take a photo of your poster, upcycled creation or litter findings and ask an adult to upload the photo to Twitter, Facebook or Instagram along with the text below:

“I’m from ____ School in _____ and I’m helping to keep our community litter free! #LitterLessTogether #LitterLessCampaign @GreenSchoolsIre”

Don’t forget to fill in the blanks with the name of your school and your town. Winners will be contacted via Direct Message from Green-Schools Ireland; the competition is only open to students whose school is currently registered for Green-Schools Litter Less Campaign 2020/21. The deadline for entries is Wednesday March 31.  For any queries contact Caoimhe at cobrienmoran@eeu.antaisce.org

Litter Less Home Challenges

As well as our #LitterLessTogether competition we also have some Home Challenges for you while schools are closed (and even when they reopen!). Check out the new resources below to go on Litter Safari, act as an Eco-Interviewer and become a Bin Detective:

Show us your work! Share your Litter Less work with us @GreenSchoolsIre #LitterLessCampaign