Our India project was located in a little known state in north east India called Meghalaya (‘The Abode of the Clouds’ in Sanskrit) the East Khasi Hills form part of the Meghalaya subtropical forests ecoregion. Mining had degraded the ancient biodiverse forest. The indigenous Khasi people who are at the heart of this project actively restored the landscape to the native biodiverse forest, whilst helping to mitigate climate change through sequestration of carbon in forest ecosystems. For the past 5 years we have worked closely with WeForest to restore this land and successfully completed our work in May 2020.