Communicating latest research concepts from both natural and social science facets of conservation.
The Green Hub is a video fellowship programme for youth across the northeast, and subsequently other regions of India. The Green Hub Fellowship involves learning technical aspects of filming, editing, and storytelling; bringing to life untold stories of the land, people and generational knowledge. Representing remote tribal areas, marginalized communities as well as urban spaces – the Green Hub Fellows are envisioned to be catalysts of positive change, amplifying the idea of ecological security as the bedrock of a sustainable future. The Fellowship
engagement continues to flow into the alumni network and the impact on the ground The idea is to engage and empower youth in conservation education, action, climate sustainability and social change through the visual medium; and create a digital resource bank
for wildlife, environment and indigenous knowledge.
Green Hub has more than 100 fellows from all the states of NER. With more than 47 partner organizations, Green Hub has produced more than 200 films with almost 40 short films being added every year, covering a range of environmental and social issues with special focus on
indigenous knowledge and wildlife.