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DEDICATED TO OUR OCEAN

Connecting students from around the world and working towards a better future

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ABOUT

The ThinkOcean Society was founded in 2017 to serve as a rallying point for young, passionate environmentalists from around the world to work towards protecting our shared future. With a leadership team composed entirely of youth, ThinkOcean is dedicated to promoting awareness, policy change, and engagement through a global network of chapters at high school and college campuses in over 10 different countries. We work to spark action among our generation to protect our blue planet.


get involved

Do you want to create real change in your community and become connected to a global network of changemakers? We are always recruiting for new chapters or additions to our administrative team. With members ranging from having years of experience in lobbying, conservation, and environmentalism to those who are just starting out, we provide opportunities to anyone interested in getting involved. Apply to start a chapter or join our team today!


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Support Us

In honor of World Oceans Day on June 8, we’re excited to announce that we are partnering up with our friends at rePurpose to help promote a plastic neutral economy and support youth activism with a ThinkOcean shirt sale!

  • Every shirt sold will result in a pound of plastic being cleaned up from our oceans

  • All proceeds will go directly towards funding environmental activists from around the world who would otherwise not be able to make their voice heard

If you’re a chapter member interested in getting a shirt, reach out to your respective Regional Coordinator to get a discount!


NEWS

Every part of our network is doing incredible work. Whether that includes grassroots conservation, political activism, or environmental awareness efforts, we are proud of the progress made by our many chapters. Come read about some examples of the amazing work being done around the world by ThinkOcean members!

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