Lessons from India: How we can build equitable economies from restoring landscapes 

Across the world, as in India, millions of people rely on the natural resources for survival. Image: REUTERS/Parth Sanyal

Ruchika Singh

Director - Sustainable Landscapes And Restoration, World Resources Institute India

Marie Duraisami

Manager, Sustainable Landscapes And Restoration, WRI India

Rohini Chaturvedi

Former staff, World Resources Institute

Karishma Shelar

Former Senior Research Associate, WRI India

Rajendra Singh Gautam

Acting Dean, Institute of Livelihood Research and Training


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