A CLEAN-UP day and art competition are the highlights of the Bank of South Pacific's Go Green 2013 campaign.
Bank country manager Kevin McCarthy said the children of today were concerned about nature and the planet.
"Our children already know this, so it is our responsibility to ensure they are well-prepared for taking an active role in the future," he said.
In addition to the annual clean-up which falls on September 20, Go Green has organised a national art competition.
The competition requires schools to use items picked up from the clean-up day to create art pieces.
Following the final judging, the top three schools in the junior and senior categories will receive six, four and two computers respectively.
"We thank the Ministry of Education and the Department of Environment and all municipal councils for their continuing support of the campaign since its inception," Mr McCarthy said.
Since its inception in 2010, Go Green received support from schools, with about 45,000 students taking part last year.