Application Invited for Green Hub Western Himalayas Fellowship 2024

Green Hub Western Himalayas Fellowship is a one year residential fellowship for youth across Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir, that engages and empowers them  to connect with conservation action and social change, using video and storytelling as a medium. This fellowship is especially for youth from indigenous communities, economically weaker backgrounds and remote areas.  

  • Open for youth across Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir
  • Last Date: 5th December, 2023
  • Age group: 18-35 years

Green Hub Fellowship is a video fellowship that offers a unique opportunity for youth residing in Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, and Jammu & Kashmir. This one-year residential fellowship is designed to engage and empower young individuals in the fields of environmental conservation, sustainable livelihoods, and social change, through the medium of video and storytelling. Specifically the fellowship is for youth from indigenous communities, economically disadvantaged backgrounds, and remote rural areas. 

This initiative aims to foster a sense of environmental responsibility while providing practical skills and knowledge towards sustainable living. Participants will be immersed in a transformative experience, where they will learn to harness the power of storytelling and video production to drive positive change in their communities

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In case of difficulty submitting the form, the application can also be sent by email at or a short video of the application form can also be sent by WhatsApp to Mob: +91-9435529491, 8750467572 (in case of inaccessibility of email or internet)

Green Hub Fellowship began in the northeast of India in 2015 and Central India in 2021, and has a network of almost 200 fellows across the two regions. You can get more details on and see films made by green hub fellows on 

Contact: call between 10:00 am and 06:00 pm- at Mob: +91-9435529491, 8750467572, Landline: 011-41081847

To get an idea of Green Hub fellowship watch the film links below:

About Green Hub – Northeast (English)

Criteria for Application

  • Age group: 18-35 years(exceptions can be made in some extraordinary cases)
  • Be ordinarily resident of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh.  
  • Have strong communication skills in at least one local language
  • Have a strong interest in working with communities on the conservation of wildlife, biodiversity, and the environment
  • Be willing to commit 12 months for training and internship  

*Applicants from marginalized communities and economically weaker sections will be given priority. Green Hub is committed to providing equal opportunities to both women and men. Applicants must not have any formal affiliation with any political party. Basic reading and writing skills in Hindi and English is preferred (preferred, not essential). Fellows should have the ability and be fit enough to work effectively in challenging environment.

Selection process (Tentative dates):

  • Last date for applications: 5th December 2023
  • Phone interviews: By 18th December 2023
  • Face to face interviews for final selection by 10th January 2024
  • Final announcement of cohort: 15th January 2024
  • The decision of the selection panel will be final and no queries will be entertained or explanations provided for the selections
  • Joining date: 1st week of February 2024

About the Partners

Dusty Foot Foundation (DFF): Dusty Foot Foundation (DFF) is a not for profit organization registered under section 8 of Indian Companies Act, 2013. DFF works to leverage the power of youth in conservation action and social change through the use of digital technology and education; scaling up through inter-disciplinary and inter-sectoral collaborations and effective networks of government, civil society and community partnerships. The aim is to help youth connect with their roots – preserve their natural resources, traditional knowledge and sustainable practices, and integrate digital communication to build skills, generate aspirational livelihoods, strengthen enterprise and local economy for an ecologically secure and sustainable future.

Royal Enfield CSR: The oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production, Royal Enfield has created beautifully crafted motorcycles since 1901. Paying tribute to the Himalayas, which Royal Enfield has always called as its ‘spiritual home’, the brand is looking to partner 100 Himalayan communities by 2030, with the objective to build resilience in the face of climate change. Alongside, Royal Enfield will encourage one million riders globally to join a movement of driving deep, long-lasting and systemic change in how humans and nature interact and thrive. This commitment is exemplified by the unique partnership with UNESCO, where riders explore the Himalayas, documenting and promoting the rich Intangible Cultural Heritage of local communities. Currently, Royal Enfield supports more than 40 projects across the Indian Himalayan region and is expanding its initiatives.

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