Meet the Race for Climate Action Top 4 Finalists From India
Enactus is thrilled to announce the Race for Climate Action Top 4 Finalists from India!
The Race for Climate Action recognizes and mobilizes Enactus teams that tackle the climate crisis. The competition is sponsored by Intuit, and the winning teams will receive $30,000 USD for project scaling funding. Finalists were chosen from a field of 90 entries from 16 countries by an independent judging panel of sponsor employees, subject matter experts, and Enactus alumni.
Zaraat – Enactus student team at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce
Shrimati – Enactus student team at Jamia Millia Islamia
Shrimati, an eco-friendly reusable sanitary napkin developed by the Enactus student team at Jamia Millia Islamia, India. The sanitary napkin is created from natural banana and bamboo fibers as opposed to plastic materials found in many traditional female hygiene products
Swabun – Ramjas College
- Swabun, a waste management and community initiative from the Enactus student team at Ramjas College in India. Swabun slows the growth of landfills and limits the release of methane through a network of community composters.
Project Nawah – Enactus student team at Dyal Singh College
- Project Nawah from the Enactus student team at Dyal Singh College, India, aims to promote ethical consumerism and plastic elimination by teaching bamboo carving skills in marginalized communities. The project is aligned with India’s National Bamboo Mission.