The world is awash with plastic trash, and many of those objects come from landfills and other industrial facilities.
The world needs to rethink how we dispose of those discarded glass, and one organization has a solution.
A group of environmental organizations and activists have begun building an organic glass globe.
Organizers of the initiative say the globe can help bring about change in the way people dispose of plastic waste.
Organizations like the Water Works and Food Works have been trying to change how people treat the glass in their bathrooms for decades, and it’s been slow going.
Organizer and organizer of the OrganizeGlass project, Kristina Koll, says it took years to find a solution to the glass issue.
“There’s no silver bullet to solve this issue, but we’re doing the best we can,” she said.
OrganizeGlass is a non-profit organization.
But it’s also a nonprofit that was founded in 2016.
Koll says there’s no doubt the idea of organizing the glass is powerful.
“It really brings to light some of the really important things that we have to do as people, whether it’s to take care of the environment, whether we have clean water, whether the world is on track or not,” she told Axios.
Organizing glass is a lot easier for groups like Organize Glass because the organization is self-sustaining.
Kol says the organizers of the organization have been in the business of organizing for a long time, but they didn’t have a clear vision on what to do with the glass until they were approached by an organization in 2017.
“We decided to give it a shot, because we wanted to have a platform for people to organize,” she explained.
Köl says Organizeglass is one of many organizations that are trying to help with the plastic problem, including a group of people from the United States that created a new brand for cleaning glass.
Organic glass organizers like the organizers are using technology to help people make a change in their communities.
They are also using it to help clean up the environment.
Organizes like Organizer Glass are hoping to help bring a solution into people’s homes and to the world.
They’ve started a Kickstarter campaign to fund the first batch of the globe, which is expected to be completed by December 2019.
Organized glass organizers say the organizers have had a lot of success in their efforts.
“We have had hundreds of people in our group show up, including over 100 of our own members.
The majority of our members are now active in organizing in their own communities,” OrganizeLens co-founder Kristina Klein said.
Klein says Organizers Glass is already having an impact.
“Our goal is to create a space where people can gather and discuss this issue and how to move forward together,” she added.