In addition to teaming up with World Wildlife Fund on a praiseworthy money-raising initiative, Apple¬†is also honoring Earth Day 2017 with¬†a new activity challenge for¬†Apple Watch owners. MacStories, which first spotted¬†Apple’s notification, explains that Apple Watch owners¬†are being challenged to complete at least half an hour workout on¬†Saturday to earn a new medal in the Activity app and unlock special iMessage stickers.

‚ÄúGet outside and celebrate Earth Day on April 22 and earn this award,‚ÄĚ reads a message in the Activity app on iPhone and Apple Watch. Apple wants you to go for a walk, run, cycle, wheelchair or swim workout of 30 minutes or more in the¬†Workout app or in any third-party app that writes workouts to Health.

Do that and you will earn the special award in the Activity app and unlock iMessage stickers for the Messages app.¬†This is Apple’s third special activity challenge.¬†The first challenge was issued was for Thanksgiving, but it was U.S. only.

Then, ahead of the start of 2017, the company challenged¬†Apple Watch wearers to¬†close all three Activity rings each day for an entire week in January to bag a special ‚ÄúRing in The New Year‚ÄĚ medal and unlock¬†a few¬†new¬†iMessages stickers.

So, who’s up for Apple’s new Earth Day challenge?

Source: MacStories