Individual Collaboration


Individual collaboration is one of the easiest ways to ensure clear communication between individuals in an organization. A group of people constructively explore their ideas and power to look for a way out that is far more extended than one's own limited vision. It helps people to raise their motivation levels, especially when teams work virtually.


Working in a collaborative team environment demands shared responsibility and enables individuals to be quicker and more effective in their work, as compared to people who work on projects on their own.


All individuals are responsible for finishing team projects and meeting common goals.


Benefits of Individual Collaboration:

  • Promote a community working environment.

  • Foster honest and open communication.

  • Encourage creativity and Innovative Ideas.

  • Define and communicate your team's goals.

  • Highlight individuals' strengths.

  • Higher Retention Rates and More Productive Meetings.

                                                      We work individually, yet together. 


Schools and universities

SwanTree School Project


We are an international organization promoting eco-friendly solutions and create awareness on climate change.


As we are international, we are making a green directory of all the participating Schools involved in promoting eco-wellness practices. The change to the world comes through the innocence of youth and we are teaching youth and our future leaders the art of sustainable living.

What is it for students?


  1. Equip students with communication, problem-solving, leadership, and teamwork skills that will help them enabling them to organize environmental campaigns.

  2. Get an introduction on sustainable living from our experts

  3. Get an introduction to Permaculture from our experts

  4. Get online resources and research materials on the latest Climate change update

  5. Represent the school in inter-school debates and Nature science competitions

  6. Visit a local farm and get an introduction to local eco-friendly farming.

  7. Get involved in local plantation drives

  8. Get involved in waste management, segregation, recycling, and reducing waste.