3-Time Lebanese World Record Breaker Is Working On Her Biggest Project Yet


Three-time Guinness world record breaker Caroline Chaptini is working on her fourth endeavor to break the record again! 

Chaptini, a Lebanese environmental activist, is in the process of creating the biggest globe in the world made of recyclable materials.

The globe will consist of 50 flags from different parts of the world as Chaptini’s way to thank healthcare workers that worked relentlessly throughout the pandemic. 

She started with the flag of Australia and has now already completed at least a dozen in addition to the flag of the World Health Organization.

There’s still a way to go, but Chaptini’s positive achiever mindset will get her closer and closer to her goal every day.

To encourage the community to recycle and to complete her project, she’s calling for help with collecting different colors of recyclable materials to make the flags.

If you can help, reach out to her on Instagram at @CarolineChaptini.

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3-Time Lebanese World Record Breaker Is Working On Her Biggest Project Yet

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