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June 18th, 2011
Students Help with Tree Census in Chennai

Student volunteers of 23 educational institutions, including Loyola College, Presidency College and Pachaiyappa’s College, Queen Mary’s College and Stella Mary’s College for women, 200 ‘green force’ volunteers and NGOs will be involved in the project. The volunteers will be provided with census survey forms. At the end, the completed forms with a summary for each institution/ward will be compiled to develop a database . The data will be superimposed on a GIS maps for future planning of afforestation. Read More