World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is hosting a special nature walk in the Lodhi Gardens this week to create & increase interest around trees in Delhi! Experts from WWF will host the walk as guests discover the beautiful trees of Delhi that make our usual days fruitful & eye catching.
30 Second Window:
- According to the Economic Survey of Delhi 2014-15, the city had a tree cover of 297.81 sq km in 2013. Or 20.08 per cent of the total area of the national capital.
- The number of trees & the its various kind are innumerable & hard to define considering we, on a daily basis, hardly pay any attention to them!
- In regards with the kind of trees Delhi has, surveys show that Delhi is home to hundreds of thousands of Pipal & Ashoka trees.
- All avid followers & spokespersons of tree cover in Delhi & related environmental issues head for this walk!
In the meanwhile, you can also check out WWF’s Facebook event page for more information here.
You can also check out WWF India’s Facebook page for more information here.
Sneak Peak | WWF India, Lodhi Estate
On | 7th may
From | 06:30 am – 08:30 am