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GREEN - Going from Bangalore
Kopal
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Once known as Garden City, Bangalore could soon become concrete city. Bangalore has witnessed rampant loss of greenery in the name of development. With saving green cover becoming the last priority when development projects are planned, trees are regularly facing the axe. In recent times, India’s tech hub has lost around 50,000 trees, which were axed to widen roads choked with traffic, build flyovers at busy road intersections, road underpasses and now metro rail. Also, not only has the city's green beauty been destroyed due to developmental works, but the loss of green cover is also harming the capital's climate. Bangalore’s weather is changing fast and is no more that pleasant as it was earlier. If trees continue to be chopped off rapidly, the city's average temperature will rise by two-three degrees Celsius in the coming years.
Some Tree facts -  • Trees purify the air we pollute and absorb toxic chemicals from the soil • Trees bring rain and conserve rainwater, which feeds streams, rivers and lakes • Trees provide shelter and food for birds, bees, butterflies and a host of insects and animals • Trees prevent soil erosion and transform barren wasteland into fertile soil • Trees absorb noise so planting trees around roads with traffic makes the road seem popu-lated. Study shows that people drive slower on a road with trees than without • Trees provide a sense of wellbeing and peace in their immediate surroundings • Planting fruit trees is being acknowledged as a sustainable solution to end the world’s hunger crisis • Trees planted around buildings reduce heating and cooling bills Planting a tree is the single most effective action any individual or organisation can take to truly heal the environment. So go ahead, do your bit. Plant more trees. Let’s populate the city with more and more trees so we can get back our depleted greenery even if takes a few years. If everyone plants a tree as a solution to this issue, I’m sure it’s possible to keep Bangalore green and beautiful.   royal challengers  
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because of industrialisation
bappaditya on 02 Apr 2013, 11:24 AM
always love green
bappaditya on 21 Mar 2013, 09:57 AM
Love u RCB
sudhirRCCB on 04 Jan 2013, 10:45 PM
take care keep tree green
bappaditya on 13 Dec 2012, 05:26 PM
save trees
kumar40 on 10 Dec 2012, 07:14 PM
cuttting old plating new is too too good
sudhirRCCB on 21 Aug 2011, 01:56 PM
Bangalore the green city, guys try to retain same name forever
shashi-kumar2 on 28 Jul 2011, 06:47 PM
i wntd to discuss some GrEeN issues with you as I'm myself very active fr the conservation of the environment n I'm working in this regard thru my page on facebook : http://facebook.com/gogreensoe
kindly contact me thru my RCB profile or my facebook profile.
Also, I would like to be a GREEN BLOGGER of team RCB.
shubham-mittal on 28 Jul 2011, 06:24 PM
hi kopal!
shubham-mittal on 28 Jul 2011, 06:08 PM
It is very disgusting we have to save trees!!!
shashi-kumar2 on 27 Jul 2011, 10:25 PM
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