7,000 trees in the Khasi Hills
Together with WeForest, DFI-Geisler has planted 7,000 trees in India’s Khasi Hills. The many trees absorb CO2 and increase biodiversity.
In addition to restoring natural woodland, the project aims to create a more sustainable way of life and economy for the local population. In other words, the 7,000 trees promote biodiversity in the region, enabling Khasi as a whole to flourish.