In Our Hands

Youth and Climate 2024 unites stakeholders from diverse backgrounds to explore creative green economy and youth leadership in climate action. Through a series of activities, the participants will engage in conversations to discuss climate change-related challenges and opportunities. The programme provides a platform to share how youth – through innovation, advocacy and action – can respond to the climate emergency.

The activities will bring together thought leaders, artists, activists, community members, academicians, educators, and youth innovators to explore creativity, entrepreneurship, and environmental sustainability contributing to a greener future.

Organised in collaboration with a consortium of UK and Nepal partners, activities between 3 and 10 June include:

  •       A one-day symposium on creative green economy and climate action
  •       A week-long exhibition that showcases creative green projects
  •       An interactive talk programme on material culture
  •       Workshops and masterclasses for students and creative professionals



Karesa, or backyard in English, is a digital initiative designed to bring rural women micro-entrepreneurs into the digital economy. We believe that equitable economic growth is possible only when we promote sustainable farming practices, fair trade fundamentals, and transparent business processes.

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Plantation Toolkit

Realised under the British Council’s Road to COP26 campaign which is supported by the British Embassy in Kathmandu, The plantation Toolkit is a guide to effective plantation in urban areas.

Ride Through SindhuliGadhi

The Cycling event was campaigned to promote sindhuligadhi as a tourist destination as 2016 was declared “ghumfir year”.

Youth Cohort on Green Solution

Youth Cohort on Green Solution aims to support the development of new, exciting, and innovative ideas for sustainable enterprise which will harness nature-based solutions and practices to promote positive environmental impacts and climate change resilience in the city of Euless, Texas. Youth Cohort on Green Solution is funded through an Alumni TIES small grant from the U.S. Department of State.