Results of “Uplink Trillion Trees: India Challenge" by World Economic Forum-Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution India announced. CLICK HERE

The Uplink Trillion Trees: India Challenge invited successful examples of forest conservation and landscape restoration that support the implementation of India’s commitment to restore 26 million hectares of degraded land by 2030 and create an additional carbon sink of 2.5 to 3 billion tons CO2 equivalent through additional forests. 

The announced best 13 entries recognized as ‘Top Innovators’ will now attend a 4-month programme facilitated by the World Economic Forum, in collaboration with, the Young Global Leaders, and the Global Shapers community. The Programme will offer: 

1.  Visibility through World Economic Forum and media and social media platforms 
2.  Access to World Economic Forum and Partners events 
3.  Connection to networks, organizations and companies 
4. Capacity building and networking sessions, incl. pitching sessions to potential investors 
5. Community building through peer-to-peer exchanges with other members of the growing innovator community 

For more information on the 13 innovative organizations that are conserving and restoring India’s forest landscapes, Click here 

For videos about all Top Innovators chosen, Click here

For further details on each Innovation, Click here

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