The Community-Led Landscape Management Project’s, pioneering innovators were selected by the Grassroots Innovation Augmentation Network to showcase their groundbreaking creations at the prestigious People’s Festival of Innovations – National Conference on Scaling Innovations, hosted in New Delhi.
1. Nongstoin Social Service Society: They are the pioneers of an eco-friendly, low-cost zero energy cold storage solution.
2. Bah Hejew Klien: The mastermind behind the low-cost power tiller machine and thresher.
3. Shri Just Synrem: A trailblazer in the development of the plastic-to-fuel pyrolysis machine.
4. Smti. Lamuni N. Sangma: An innovator behind beehives made of mud.
5. Kong Kyrsiew Ryngkhlem: The visionary behind organic manure to rejuvenate mining-affected land.
Their ingenious ideas and innovations not only captured but enthralled prominent figures in the realm of grassroots innovations. During the conference, they shared their heartwarming stories, impactful contributions, and future plans, leaving the audience and esteemed panelists inspired and in awe of their unwavering commitment to society and the environment.
A particularly notable moment was when Bah Hejew’s innovation captivated the panelists and garnered interest from the distinguished IIT Delhi! They expressed a profound desire to further support his groundbreaking work, recognizing its potential for study at premier institutions.
The CLLMP innovators’ participation at the event showcased not just their ingenuity but also their deep commitment to creating sustainable solutions for societal and environmental challenges. Their stories serve as an inspiration for all, highlighting the transformative power of grassroots innovation.

CLLMP Recognized in Community-Based Climate Action Category at 11th Earth Care Awards

The Community-Led Landscape Management Project (CLLMP) has clinched recognition in the Community-Based Climate Action category at the 11th Earth Care Awards (ECA). This prestigious accolade, a joint venture by JSW and The Times of India Group, applauds outstanding initiatives in climate mitigation and adaptation.

The awards aim to recognize the work of individuals, organizations and communities that are leading the way in combatting climate change, from reducing their carbon footprints to developing innovative technologies and initiatives. The intent of the ECAs is to showcase impactful, practical, scalable, and replicable cutting-edge solutions for our planet that can respond to the challenges posed by climate change.

Click on the link to catch a glimpse of the award ceremony.