SayTrees is making Bangalore Smile by giving it a new green cover
SayTrees has helped Bangalore reclaim some of its natural beauty by planting saplings around 14 lakes, and at several other locations.
Encouraging youth to take actions for a better climate
"Where does the trash go?"
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