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  • #trashtag is a challenge that's been going around the internet all year

    #ゴミ拾いタグは年中ネット上で見かけますが、

  • and I don't know why this isn't a challenge on YouTube yet.

    YouTubeでは流行っていない様なので、

  • So, we're doing it.

    始めます!

  • Japan is well known for being a clean country

    日本は清潔な国として世界的に認識されていますが、

  • but even here there are trouble spots.

    場所にもよります

  • Especially at beaches like this

    海岸などはその一例です

  • This is Shikanoshima Beach and it's

    ここは最近Jun's Kitchenで撮影した志賀島ビーチです

  • actually the same beach Jun just filmed for his most recent video

    ひと月後にはこの様子です

  • and yet right now, only a month later, it looks like this.

    調べてみると、

  • We did some digging to find out why.

    このエリアの清掃をしている公的組織は

  • And it turns out the department that keeps this specific beach clean, the

    予算の関係上、年に数回、業者に清掃依頼をしているのが現状で

  • fishing port section, generally only has the budget to hire a cleaning company

    それ以外はボランティアでされている事が多いです

  • once a year right before tourist season.

    そこで、持続可能性に取り組むCICLOというグループと協力して清掃することにしました

  • For the rest of the year its cleanup

    本番前に下見を兼ねて、今日は友人と一緒に清掃します

  • relies mostly on volunteers like us

    runAwayのディーンさんが

  • So we joined forces with local sustainability magazine CICLO

    東京から家族連れで手伝いに来てくれました

  • to host a group cleanup.

    スケジュールの都合上、今日は数人で清掃し

  • I've tried to recruit as many of my friends as possible.

    後日(動画の後半)で、大規模な清掃をします

  • This is Dean from RunAway. Hi guys.

    貝で城を作る

  • He came all the way from Tokyo with his family to help out.

    貝で?いいね!

  • This is the only weekend he could make it so we're doing our own cleanup today

    私はちょっと撮影してくるから、

  • and then we'll be back next week (or for you guys later this video) with a

    戻ったら進捗を見に来るね

  • much larger army of people

    うん

  • I'm gonna make a shell castle.

    時間があったら一緒にできる?

  • A shell castle? All right, that sounds really cool.

    もちろんよ

  • You work on that; I have to go film a little bit. Okay.

    今日はこの辺りを出来るだけ綺麗にしたいです

  • I'll come back later just check your progress. Yeah.

    大人数人と子供1人で頑張ります

  • And then if we have time

    ココナッツ?

  • can we make it? Yes.

    重いし、硬い

  • Together? ABSOLUTELY.

    では、今から掃除を始めます

  • I will totally help you.

    (毎分、100万本のプラスチックボトルが世界中で購入されています)

  • So this is what we're gonna try to clean up today

    数時間、清掃してすぐ気付いたのは、

  • today as much as we can clean up with two adults and a six-year-old child.

    流木の中にゴミが埋もれていて、非常に清掃が困難です

  • It's a coconut! Yeah!

    細かいものを手作業で選別して取り除くのは、限りなく時間がかかります

  • It's pretty heavy.

    潮が満ちてきたので、ゴミが海に引き戻されてます

  • It's so hard.

    取っても取っても切りがないです

  • I think I'm just gonna leave the camera here for now and see what we can get done!

    打ち上げられるゴミを横目に、

  • [A million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute.]

    ゴミだらけのビーチに子供連れの家族を見るのもちょっと悲しいですね

  • We've been at this a couple hours and one of the things

    可愛いね

  • we learned real quick is that we picked one of the worst spots to start

    野生動物を見つけたよ

  • because this is like a pile of driftwood

    今日見た中で一番マシね

  • so you have to dig down to get all of this plastic

    気色悪い液体の入った容器と比べたらね

  • and trash out but

    今日はこれで一旦終わりです

  • everything is too small to realistically be able to get

    4時間でこれだけ集まりました

  • all of it. There's just no way we can pick this

    大きなロープとかもありました

  • stuff up a hand.

    私の手より大きいです

  • The tide is starting to rise so some of the trash has been

    ちょっと、横に並んで見てくれる?

  • getting swept out to sea.

    (毎分、ゴミ収集車1台分のゴミが海に捨てられています)

  • I've been trying to pull some of this stuff out of the tide zone before it gets swept back out.

    2日目です

  • It's really depressing sitting here and watching all

    約40人集まってくれました

  • of the plastic floating in the waves.

    素晴らしい

  • And then people are just bringing their family

    市役所は数百枚のゴミ袋、道具の貸し出し、

  • over here with their kids playing in the water just walking around all of the trash.

    ゴミの回収も引き受けてくれました

  • It's just a little demoralizing.

    この清掃イベントの実現に協力してくれた皆さん、ありがとうございます

  • It's adorable.

    私はメリッサです

  • Wildlife.

    環境関連の問題と持続可能性を模索するグループの一人です

  • That's the best thing I've seen. Yeah, right?

    本日はお越し下さり、ありがとうございます

  • That beats picking up messy containers and stuff. Right.

    私は拡声器無しで大丈です

  • All right, so we are calling it a day.

    ゴミは2種類に分別します

  • This is our trash pile.

    可燃ゴミと不燃ゴミです

  • Some of this stuff we got, like...

    相変わらずゴミだらけです

  • This frickin rope is massive.

    あと、清掃以外にも人が来たみたいです

  • It's literally wider than my hand.

    巻き込む?

  • Keiji, do you wanna show everything we got?

    一緒に手伝ってもらおうか

  • Nice! You look cool!

    ビーチはあの壁から始まります

  • [The equivalent of a garbage truck full of plastic enters the ocean every minute.]

    清掃も、あそこを起点に出来るだけやります

  • All right, so we're back with our larger group.

    じゃあ、やりますか

  • I think we've got about 40 people here right now, which is amazing.

    (プラゴミの9%がリサイクル、12%が焼却処分、79%が埋立地、または自然へ放棄される)

  • Awesome.

    見てよこれ

  • The local City Hall was really supportive of our

    最悪、爆発するゴミまである

  • event and provided us with hundreds of bags as well as numerous tools, drinks,

    酷すぎるな

  • and also agreed to pick up and dispose of the trash we collected.

    このプラゴミは汚すぎてリサイクル不可能です

  • Shout out to my amazing friends who helped make this event happen.

    (海中のプラゴミの46%は漁網と釣り糸です)

  • So my name is Melisa.

    こんにちは

  • We wanted to kind of get a community going related to sustainability and environmental issues here

    どうですか?

  • so thank you all for coming today.

    袋が足りない気がします

  • Are there any Japanese people here today?

    大島に行ったときも漂着ゴミが酷かったですが、

  • Oh, there are quite a few!

    ここはもっと酷いです

  • So everyone else understands English?

    もう袋いっぱいだね

  • Okay, just those two people.

    始めたばっかりなのに

  • I can yell.

    良いシャツですね

  • We're sorting everything into two different types of trash today:

    ああ、マスクはちょっと風邪気味で

  • burnables and non-burnables.

    体調悪いのに来てくれたんですか?

  • We've got a lot of work to do.

    うん、深刻じゃないし

  • Also some people showed up to play ball.

    感謝です

  • Maybe we can influence them, you know?

    あまり機会がなかったから、ちょうど良かったよ

  • Maybe we can drag them into cleaning up with us.

    これはどこから来たんだ

  • The beach starts down at this fence

    開始10分でもういっぱいですね

  • On the other side is like a little harbor.

    実は、海より川の方がより気がかりです

  • So we're gonna be starting here and then just going as far as we can.

    福岡の川は汚いです

  • All right, well let's get started!

    ゴミが沢山で

  • [9% of plastic is recycled 12% is incinerated 79% ends up in landfills or the environment]

    川の方の対処もしたいです

  • Rachel, look at this.

    これ、タイヤ?

  • This can explode.

    これ、タイヤですよね?

  • Wow, this is crazy.

    これは

  • And these plastic bottles we can't even recycle because it's too dirty.

    掘り起こす?

  • [46% of plastic in the ocean is from fishing nets and lines]

    シャベルを自宅から持ってきたので、お貸しします

  • Hi, how's it going? Hi.

    これはシャベルが要るな

  • I think we're gonna need more bags. Yeah, I think so, too.

    もっと小さいゴミを想像していたので、

  • I don't think 400 is enough.

    靴とか洗濯カゴなどがあって驚きました

  • I went camping in Oshima and I felt exactly the same,

    想像以上に深く埋もれている事にもビックリしました

  • that there's so much garbage. It's really sad.

    向こうにタイヤが埋もれていました

  • But this is worse.

    表層では小さくても、引き抜いたらすごい大きかったり長かったり

  • That bag already seems to be full. Yup!

    波が来てる

  • We need to get more awareness, like Know/NO more plastics.

    どうも

  • Oh, I love your shirt!

    いいえ

  • The mask is because I have a slight cold.

    日本のビーチにしては汚いと思います

  • Oh, okay. You came here even though you're sick?

    この人数でも足りない気がします

  • Just slightly, yeah.

    ベストを尽くします

  • Thank you so much, man.

    他にも清掃イベントを企画されてたら教えて下さい

  • No, I mean, there's not many opportunities to do this, so

    全部に参加したいです

  • I'm happy to help out.

    ありがとうございます

  • What even is this?

    このビーチには過去に何度か来たんだけど、

  • [By 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean (by weight) than fish]

    もう汚すぎて嫌になるよ

  • Do you do these cleanups every now and then?

    海水ゴミ浴場でリラックスできない

  • I do a cleanup in the Philippines every year.

    このイベントに来られてよかったです

  • Oh wow, really? Thank you for coming.

    ビーチに行くと、手近なゴミを持って帰りますが

  • What do you think about this beach?

    この量は一人では、ちょっと…

  • Is it worse than you though it'd be?

    月1くらいで開催しようと思っているので、

  • It's cleaner than I expected.

    綺麗にしたいですね

  • This is CLEANER than you thought it'd be?!

    それはグッドアイデアね

  • Yeah, the one I do every year in the Philippines is terrible.

    この跡見てよ

  • Worse than this? Worse than this.

    ゴミを掘り返すとき、

  • Thank you.

    ここの筋肉がすごく痛くなるの

  • Your bag is already full.

    私は本当に虚弱ね

  • I'm amazed how much trash there is.

    エナジードリンク欲しいって言ってたよね?

  • Me too.

    ユンケルとコーヒーあるよ

  • There's way more here than I thought there'd be. Same.

    遠慮しとく

  • I'm really motivated. Thank you.

    これは不燃だな

  • It's been like 10 minutes and your bag is already full.

    向こうでまたデカイの取ってるよ

  • Yes.

    また?

  • My concern, more than the ocean, is actually the river.

    4人で行けるんじゃない?

  • The rivers in Fukuoka are really dirty.

    巨大なカバンね

  • There's lots of trash floating in them. That's what Ryo told me, too.

    チームワーク

  • Yeah, and I'd really love to do something in the rivers.

    素晴らしい

  • Woah, there's a tire here.

    (1960年代、海鳥の5%がプラスチックを飲み、現在は90%以上の海鳥が飲み込んでいる)

  • What is that? There's a tire, right?

    海に来るとこういった大きなものが獲れます

  • This is a tire, right? Oh my-

    ショッピングカート?

  • How do we...

    ゴミを運ぶのに便利そうね

  • I think we have to dig it.

    壊れてなければね

  • We got a shovel. I can get you a shovel.

    腕が持たない

  • Okay, yeah we need a shovel. Yeah, we do. We definitely do.

    これが残っている最大のゴミです

  • The beach off-season is so dirty!

    掘っても、波に押されて砂が戻されます

  • Especially after typhoons.

    かなり深く埋もれてます

  • I'm subscribed to your channel- Thank you very much

    シャベルが来ました

  • and I saw the message about this event.

    やれるだけやってみましょう

  • I asked my husband if he would go and he said yes so we came today.

    ジョー、頑張れー!

  • Thank you! I wouldn't have come by myself.

    ポールが埋もれてたのね

  • How is it?

    すごい集まりました

  • It's so much worse than I thought.

    タイヤ

  • I came here in the summer and it wasn't like this.

  • So I guess there were people cleaning it.

    不明

  • Well now you're one of them!

    よく分からないシート類

  • Thank you!

    ショッピングカート

  • Yoroshiku onegaishimasu

    今日1番のゴミは何ですか?

  • I wasn't expecting like huge bits of everyday rubbish.

    手術針

  • I was expecting a lot of like plastic bottles and cigarettes

    カメラが充電切れなので、スマホに交代

  • but there are a lot of like... shoes

    今日1番のゴミは?

  • and laundry baskets and just things you don't expect to see on the beach.

    手術針です

  • Yeah, exactly.

    よくそんなの見つけたね

  • It's kind of surprising how deep they go as well.

    他の人も見つけてたよ

  • I know, I just found a tire over there. Yeah, exactly.

    あなたは?

  • We need a shovel.

    この網ね

  • And you might pick up something like this, think "oh it stops here" but it keeps going.

    サニーは?

  • Okay, this one doesn't keep going but you know.

    私が見つけた訳じゃないけど、

  • Oh, watch out, watch out

    そこら中に靴が落ちてたわね

  • Thanks

    足は入ってなかったけど

  • I thought it was pretty bad for a Japanese beach, sure.

    そうね

  • It's intense.

    靴がたくさん

  • I don't know if this many people will be enough. I hope they will be.

    あなたは?

  • We'll do our best to clean up.

    その網かな

  • Thank you so much.

    ジョーのお気に入りは?

  • And if there are other events, I really want to know about it

    甲乙つけがたいな、あえて言うならどれもゴミだったよ

  • so I can join every one of them.

    ジュンは?

  • I think it's really important. Thank you.

    ゴミじゃないけど、カブトガニ見つけたよ

  • Organizer Ryo-kun

    horseshoe crab

  • Yes

    馬のhorse?

  • How's it going?

    馬…靴…蟹?

  • I'm amazed at how many people showed up.

    初めて見た。

  • Yeah, it's really great.

    青い血で有名で、医療の場で役立っているよ

  • But even with this many people I don't think we can clean it all.

    180袋?

  • I'd like to keep organizing cleanups.

    8,100リットル相当のゴミが集まりました

  • Totally agreed. Let's do it!

    動画です

  • So you were born and raised in Fukuoka. Right.

    素晴らしい成果です

  • But this is worse than you thought?

    泣かせ ちゃった

  • Yeah, I didn't know it was this bad.

    清掃できたのでは、ビーチの一角です

  • I'm embarrassed. Really.

    まだまだゴミはありますが、

  • I'd like to continue organizing this event so

    それでも沢山集めることができました

  • please join us if you get a chance again.

    本当に皆さんのおかげです

  • Is that your child?

    今後、月に一回、清掃活動をする予定です

  • Yes.

    興味のある方はcleanup.ciclo.jpをご覧下さい

  • You came to clean the beach with your child on your back??

    次回は11/23日(土曜)を予定しています

  • Thank you so much.

    今後、YouTubeを通じてもっと広がってほしいので、

  • Are you okay? It's not tiring?

    知り合いに「タグ」していきます

  • My lower back hurts a little.

    #trashtagは誰でもできます

  • Please take a break in between.

    YouTubeで投稿しなくとも、

  • Thank you.

    出かける際に手近なゴミを持ち帰るだけでも良いのです

  • I haven't come this side of the beach.

    個人のちょっとした行動が大きな変化を生みます

  • I was shocked how dirty it is here.

    「立つ鳥、跡を濁さず」

  • I actually really wanted to go to this beach.

  • I've been here a couple of times around

  • but it's actually just too dirty to be here.

  • You just can't relax with all the garbage around here.

  • Is this your first time at a cleanup? Yes, it's my first time.

  • Thank you for coming today.

  • I want to come back again.

  • Oh really? Thank you!

  • It's probably a little worse than normal because of the typhoons.

  • There's a lot of different stuff.

  • There's a lot. What is this?

  • I found a small wood piece from a grave that has a person's name on it.

  • I wonder where it came from.

  • I left it by the tent.

  • Oh okay, thank you.

  • It was way dirtier than I thought.

  • People only see the sea but this dirty beach should be seen.

  • Who can enjoy the sea with this much trash on the beach?

  • Thank you for cleaning the beach.

  • I'm happy that this event is here.

  • Because like, when I go to the beach I take like one or two pieces of trash with me.

  • But this is like...

  • Yeah, we try to make this a monthly event.

  • So hopefully we can keep cleaning.

  • Yeah, I definitely think that's a good idea.

  • I saw the announcement of this event and made me want to do something for environment.

  • This event is a good idea.

  • I'd like to keep joining the cleanup.

  • We're planning to do this regularly.

  • I'd love to join you.

  • Is this tug of war?

  • Look at the path they made. I know!

  • When you're digging through sand you only use these muscles

  • and they hurt SO BAD.

  • I am WEAK.

  • You said you wanted energy shot, right?

  • I got Yunker.

  • Want some coffee?

  • Ummm thanks, pass.

  • Hard pass.

  • Ah, non-burnable.

  • There's something really big over there.

  • Again?

  • You guys got it. Good job.

  • That is the LARGEST duffel bag.

  • It's a GIANT BAG.

  • Teamwork!

  • Amazing.

  • [In 1960, plastic was found in 5% of seabirds. Now it's more than 90%]

  • So this is what you're getting out of the water.

  • Huge pieces of like... bag. What is that even?

  • A shopping cart?

  • This would be handy for bringing bags here.

  • It's broken completely. Oh noooo