Ver. No. 1 (June 14th, 2020)
PLASTIC HUNT ORGANIZERS WON’T BE RESPONSIBLE OF ANY ACCIDENT DURING THE EVENT DUE TO THE IMPOSSIBILITY TO SUPERVISE ALL THE PARTICIPANTS.
Who we are
Plastic Hunt is a great awareness-raising event about the ocean plastic problem which has also the aim to help NGOs working in the ocean protection and conservation. This project was born from the idea of a group of young Italians who has already organized several beach clean-ups. Due to the Coronavirus situation, that imposes social distancing and prohibits large gatherings of people, it will probably not be possible to organize big beach clean ups as in the past, with even 100 people on the same beach. Despite this, cleaning beaches is not forbidden, and can be done in small groups of relatives or friends all around the world.
So, this new event recalls the previous edition of Caccia alla Plastica on the island of Caprera, but with the innovation of an online support platform that allows to manage every challenge remotely. People from all over the world, divided into teams, will challenge each other by completing various challenges in 24 hours (to face the time zone). Everything revolves around cleaning a beach, a cliff or the seabed. So, you have to get your hands dirty, but also be creative to be able to win a challenge! A jury formed by many supporters of the project will decide the winners of each challenge.
Our website address is: https://plastichunt.weblue.org or plastichunt.online.
What personal data we collect and why we collect it
To allow access to the event we request you to complete the registration form on an external page. We request you to insert your name, email address and some information about your location. These informations will not be published anywhere and will be stored in a server located in Italy. We only need these informations to allow users to have access to the submission/quiz page. All the personal information will be deleted at the end of the event. Only the names of the team will be anonymously published.
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