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Dhruv Boruah
First person to Cycle ON the river Thames from source to sea, collecting TEDx:
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 19
Solutions Not Nore Awareness please ! A cool project I saw before: Stop the yack, lets hack -
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Keith Freegard Nov 19
Good to see a new approach to help solve plastics pollution.
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 16
Every day there is some news about how bad is? How long can we continue reading these news?! Is not it time to solve?! Anyone can join and please help us solve :
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 15
Thanks a lot ! Would u guys want to join ?
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 14
Honoured to have picked up the ‘Motor Cruiser’ award for my work on plastic in the waterways in the amongst other sailing & water achievements of the year. Gives me more motivation to execute the mission to solve
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Adventure Uncovered Nov 13
Adventure Uncovered Live: Inspiring Ideas for Challenging Times
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 13
Do you want to meet & work with world class experts and leaders to solve ?! Would u help us curate the best teams to solve this by retweeting or nominating!? . Join us
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Michael Gove Nov 12
I want to praise Iceland for raising this critical issue. The destruction of the rainforest habitat which is home to Orangutans should concern us all.
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 12
So fascinating! So to influence behaviour change, we have to embed these beliefs/ perceptions into the entire chain, right from product brief/design to reuse(s) again! Have you seen an interesting use case?
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 12
leading a fantastic panel ! All hands on deck to deal with this epidemic :( my two cents frm : This is much deeper than just the & encourages slavery / social equality etc e.g recycling in a whole new level & scale
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 12
We Reuse/Refill our mobile phone batteries every day. Why the friction when it comes to consumer products?!
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 12
Excited about Cars? What about Self Driving Underwater to collect plastic? Glad to have co-authored this paper with MIT, Chalmers and IT University of Copenhagen. Want to bring it to life? Check:
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 9
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 9
Want to know how gets to the canal, river Thames, to the Ocean and back for dinner? Join , me & the water bike to get to know the history of the canal network, the site and explore this journey. Let us solve
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 9
"Thank you" is what the Children will say for ruining their future. They will never enjoy the ocean, mother nature the way we did; well they cannot even drink water or eat fish or breath without plastic & chemicals. They will be busy fixing these challenges we are leaving behind.
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 9
I highly doubt they will If we can see the fibres then these fibres are not :( where do we clean these products after they collect the fibres? In the sink? would u agree ?!
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 9
I highly doubt they will. If we can see the fibres then these fibres are not :( where do we clean these after they collect the fibres? In the sink? would u agree ?!
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Julia Bradbury Nov 8
Kiwis wrapped in plastic, now with a plastic spoon ! Apparently are committed to recycling and reducing unnecessary plastic packaging by 2019, but this latest addition isn't helping.
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Dhruv Boruah Nov 9
Dear Influencers :) Would you have any suggestions about the challenges and the hackathon itself? Any new ideas that is worth exploring? We are looking to deliver business models that encourage behaviour change around for this series
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