Save Aravali Bio-Diversity Park. Save Lungs of Gurugram. Save the Effort !!!

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Naveen Tewari
1 year ago
For Obvious reasons of larger good !

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Anuj Kaloria
1 year ago
We cannot afford to lose the forest for a road.. atleast not in NCR anymore.
"Well you roll on roads over fresh green grass.
For your lorry loads pumping petrol gas.
And you make them long, and you make them tough.
But they just go on and on, and it seems that you can't get off".

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Manprit Malhotra
2 years ago
Protecting environment is imp for now and future generations ...

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Nidhi Singh
2 years ago
I don't want gurgaon to be a concrete jungle. I want my kids to breath.

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Raman Sai
2 years ago
I want to see green India

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Varun Vohra
2 years ago
I would love to see our future generation to breath fresh .

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Mubeena Mohammad
2 years ago
No government can plan for change, its in our hand to save the nature. Let the green rises up.

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Swayam Jha
2 years ago
Let's be a better son/daughter of our mother Earth.
So please sign this and my petition also to save millions of trees every year just from India.
http://chng.it/j5cs2kkZ
more than 2 million trees are being cut to produce paper for Indian school assignments so please pressurize government to ban the Virgin paper in schools and make guidelines to use only recycled paper
Please #HelpNature

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Jake Gilchrist
2 years ago
This is more than a global heritage and priceless treasure for our grandchildren. It is a biodiversity vault for countless genetic and medical technologies we lose every day we do not protect the millions of species that are dying there even now.

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Jennifer Houston
2 years ago
We are Global. The effects of deforestation in one region of the world ripples outward to all species.