How Bangalore school children are solving their city’s environmental crisis
Kuldeep grew up watching the garden city of Bangalore transform into ‘the garbage city’. Motivated to address the crisis, he had an idea – what if he made solving serious environmental issues a child’s play? Remarkably, it works. www.reapbenefit.org
The Ugly Indian is one of the best known and most successful citizen initiatives to clean a city. The brain behind this project has given only one talk, and that too behind a mask. He wishes to stay anonymous. Mostly, his work speaks for itself, but this talk is worth your time.
Co-founder - Reap Benefit
Kuldeep Dantewadia runs an organization called Reap Benefit that engages with school children through workshops and learning programs. The idea is to transform young people into environmental problem solvers.
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