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Projects by ThinkOcean India

ThinkOcean India is constantly engaging in project work, to ensure we make a change, rather than just talk about it. 

These are the current and upcoming projects at ThinkOcean India. 

Feel free to reach out to us if you are interested to participate in any project, or would like to pitch project ideas to us!


The Paper Waste Conundrum

Stack of Lined Notebooks

It is common knowledge that paper comes from trees, which are steadily becoming a scarce resource globally. This project aims to phase out any redundant paper usage by encouraging a switch to digital alternatives. It involves college and school students implementing this change change in their respective institutions by collaborating with the administration to identify redundancies and providing suggestions for alternatives to cancel out these redundancies. 

Currently, TOI's team is working on creating a framework to which can be utilised to implement these changes in any institution.


Segregate Wisely!

Our landfills consist of large amounts of mixed waste, making segregation and recycling the waste a mammoth task which is avoided, more often than not. To tackle this issue, we must segregate the waste at the source. 

The objective of this project is to encourage composting at home, by interacting with the necessary bodies/authorities to ensure the implementation of the same in residential societies. 

This project is currently taking place in Hyderabad

Image by Pawel Czerwinski


Learning Circle

Web Designing

Our learning circles aim to facilitate learning about the environment as a team, by engaging in discussions on materials of any kind, about the environment. This forum is public, and is open to anybody to join in and add to the discussions. 

The material being discussed would be shared two weeks to a month prior to the discussion. 

If you have any suggestions or ideas that you would like to discuss, please reach out to us at any time!

04 - Upcoming

Art Workshop

This workshop brings Art & Environment together by helping people be creative and sustainable - learning the importance of using creativity sustainably. 

It will be a two part workshop for 4 hours, conducted over the span of two days. 

Stay tuned for the registration link!

Image by Joanna Kosinska
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