Bengaluru’s dense green cover once gave the city its moniker, “Garden City”. However, the felling of trees for urban infrastructure threatens the city’s biodiversity. Earlier, there was a conscious effort to include the planting of trees in city planning. Does the growing disregard for trees in the urban landscape indicate a shift in our priorities?

Further Reading:

Diminishing green cover in Indian mega-cities: https://e360.yale.edu/features/in-ind…

City Planning and Nature in Bengaluru: https://medium.com/@OUPAcademic/ecolo…

Native Trees in Religious Spaces: https://scroll.in/article/877814/as-u…

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