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Unveiling the Kachra Art Series: The Plastic Globe - A Testament to Collective Action

In the heart of Shahjahanpur, an extraordinary art installation stands tall, crafted from 1039 plastic bottles. This monumental achievement was made possible by the collaboration of over 500 dedicated citizens, reflecting the true spirit of community and environmental stewardship. From Lions Club to Rotary Club, and industry associations like IIA and Vyapaar Mandal, to the enthusiastic students and teachers of Lead Convent, Nalanda School, and Ryan International, every hand played a vital role in giving shape to this remarkable structure. Government officials, too, lent their support, emphasizing the widespread recognition of the urgency in tackling plastic waste.

The Plastic Globe, a brainchild of artists Saif and Manisha, found its champion in the Cantonment Board Shahjahanpur. It serves as a striking reminder of how plastic, initially hailed as an environmental solution in the mid-20th century, has come full circle, presenting new challenges to both our planet and our health. The overreliance on this once-promising material has given rise to a host of environmental and human health hazards, a fact we confront in headlines daily.

Standing beneath the Plastic Globe, one can't help but feel the weight of this global dilemma. Each bottle suspended here represents a conscious choice by individuals who recognize the pressing need for change. As Sakshi, President of Green Future Collective, aptly puts it, "Every time one of our volunteers passes by, they stop to admire what their contribution has helped create, and tell whoever they are with. And that is the pride we wish to incite amongst people when it comes to plastic waste management. As the popular tagline goes - my waste, my responsibility."

This shift in behavior, from passive consumers to active contributors, is the cornerstone of our mission. It's a testament to the power of collective action, proving that every small effort counts. As we stand together under this Plastic Globe, we're reminded that it's not too late to rewrite the narrative of environmental sustainability.

We invite you to be a part of this movement. Join us in our upcoming Winter Volunteership Program, commencing on November 11. Your contribution, no matter how small, can make a significant impact. Send your resumes to and be the change you want to see in the world. Together, we can build a future where the planet thrives, and every citizen takes pride in their role as a steward of our environment.

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