It’s time to reveal the Top 12 projects in the Race for Climate Action sponsored by Intuit.
72 teams across 16 different countries submitted 91 projects in the Race for Climate Action. These teams are working hard to advance Goal 13 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through their projects by tackling the climate crisis.
The top 12 projects selected to advance in the Race for Climate Action are as follows.
|Brazil||Campus São Carlos||Domus|
|Brazil||UFES – Federal University of Espírito Santo – Campus Vitória||Roka|
|Brazil||UFV-CRP – Federal University of Viçosa, Campus Rio Paranaíba||Brick4all|
|Germany||Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)||Sonalight|
|India||Delhi College of Arts and Commerce||Zaraat|
|India||Dyal Singh College||Project Nawah|
|India||Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi||Project Jhabua|
|India||Jamia Millia Islamia||Project Shrimati|
|India||Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce||Amanat|
|India||Thapar University, Patiala||Paddy Waste to Income|
|Nigeria||University of Agriculture, Makurdi||BettaCoal|
Please help us in congratulating these teams in their achievement of making the Top 12. Five of these projects will be selected to represent the Race for Climate Action in the Impact Competition at #EnactusWorldCup this October.
World Races are just one of the ways that we work with Enactus students to fulfill our vision of creating a better, more sustainable world. In addition to the Race for Climate Action, there are three additional World Races—the 1 Race 4 Oceans, the Race to Rethink Plastic and the Race to Feed the Planet. Learn more on Enactus+.