These 13 innovative organizations are conserving and restoring India’s forest landscapes

Two people walk down a path flanked by bushes and trees in Vythiri, Wayanad, India.

India is home to at least 1.4 billion people and covers a land area of over 3.2mio square kilometers. Image: Unsplash / Arnold Antoo

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India Coordinator, 1t.org
Gianluca Gygax
Impact Lead, Uplink, 1t.org
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