Glacier in Patagonia, Chile
From Passport to Creativity in Patagonia

Inspired by our recent Passport to Creativity and upcoming Earth Day, we’re bring you our #PPConservation Instagram challenge this week!

Do you walk, bike, or take public transit to work? Maybe you pick up stray pieces of litter off the street. Or perhaps you’re the kind of person whose tent is packed in the trunk of your car, ready for an escape to the outdoors on a whim.

Whatever the case, we want you to show us how you preserve, protect, and appreciate Mother Earth.

Joining us as guest judges this week are PPTC participant @andrewling, environmental scientist @easternsuns, and ocean-health advocate @lonelywhale who are excited to see how you do your part to preserve the environment. Check out their feeds for ideas, and follow the directions below for your change to be featured:


  1. Post a photo/video that fits this week’s challenge theme and tag #PPConservation and @passionpassport in your caption (if in the comments, we may miss it!)*;
  2. Submit as many entries as you like between Tuesday, April 19th and 11:59am ET on Sunday, April 24th*;
  3. Include a brief write-up (3-5 sentences) in your caption telling us how your entry relates to the theme and why it’s personally significant to you;
  4. Stay tuned for the winner and honorable mentions to be announced on Monday, April 25th on our Instagram feed.

*NOTE: Entries must be posted or reposted from a public account during the challenge period. You cannot simply ‘tag’ an older photo/video. Those posted from private accounts and/or posted outside of the challenge period will not be considered eligible.

Sample Entry:

Biking in Copenhagen, Denmark
Photo by: @astridkbh
Copenhagen, Denmark

Bicycling is the most common form of transportation in Copenhagen, even in wintertime — a discipline we call Viking Biking. It’s not a statement; it’s simply the smartest and cleanest way to get around. / #PPConservation @passionpassport

@astridkbh Copenhagen, Denmark


Featured image by: @toinou1375