A Community-Driven Path to Replenishing Groundwater in a Parched Region

Villages in a drought-plagued part of North India have been transformed by local meetings and a revival of old farming practices.

Courtesy of Uma Shankar Pandey

Over the last two decades, Geetanjali Krishna has traveled across India to report on the environment, climate change and global health. She co-founded The India Story Agency, a cross-border media collaborative with London-based journalist Sally Howard in 2020. One of 10 journalists across the world chosen for the Solutions Journalism Network’s LEDE fellowship 2023, and awardee of the Global Health Security Grant 2021 by the European Journalism Centre, her recent bylines can be found in The British Medical Journal, Reasons to be Cheerful, bioGraphic, BBC Future and Business Standard.

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