The Right Way to Repair a Mountain

A locally driven push to restore a Himalayan paradise preserved an economy, a community and an ecosystem all at once.

Credit: Geetanjali Krishna

Over the last two decades, Geetanjali Krishna has travelled 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 the 16 awardees of the Global Health Security Grant 2021 by the European Journalism Centre, her recent by-lines can be found in Times, The British Medical Journal, BBC Future, The Third Pole, and Business Standard.

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