A few years ago, Arasankazhani Lake represented the negative impact humanity can have on nature. Now, it represents a fine example of collaborative conservation. That with time and determination nature can be restored.
That day, for the sake of the Arasankazhani Lake and self-care, was the first of a kind activity which I had ever come across in Chennai. It is very close to my heart, because the lake still survives, even with so much of disturbances right next to it. Thanks to Environmentalist Foundation of India forContinue reading “A day for the sake of the lake and self-care”