Make up a word.
Photograph places where the 'wild' is taking over from 'civilisation'.
Write a word, poem, letter or story for someone you like by photographing only natural things.
Go outside and off-street with your art skills and leave a tag or mural in a wood, on a field or up a tree.
Go to a charity shop and buy some random clothes that used to belong to other people. Draft and perform a short play about the strangers who used to wear the clothes.
Find, stalk and photograph every producer and consumer in a food chain.
Write, perform and record a song using words in street signs.
Photograph or sketch everything you can find that is part of the water cycle.
Write a story about a real or imagined journey going from the source of a river to its mouth.
Create a mashed-up and cross cultural dance routine that reveals how water is important to different people across the world. Flash perform your dance somewhere people would least expect it!
Explore a local stream, river or lake looking for trash and animals. How many birds, mammals, fish and reptiles do you find for every piece of human waste?
Go swimming. Move through the water like a fish, a crab, a frog, a whale and a squid.
Watch this space! This challenge is not live yet.
Buy ingredients for a meal from your local farmer’s market.
Take 1 hour to explore 1 metre. What do you discover?