Sustainable urban vertical garden

🌱💧 🧘🏿🌪#worldcleanairday for blue sky with Vayu God (God of wind as well as deity of breath) #jaihanuman 🙏 #teachersday my every day morning and evening ritual! Such a basic human rights (breathing quality air),Globally more than 7 million people die because of pollution that costs around 6 trillion $. When we breath, it does not stop at lungs, tiny polluted particles travel to bloodstream even to brain. Globally Just 1 in 10 people on earth breath safe air. Every day we breath a range of pollutants that triggers anxiety, cardiovascular disease, infertility. We take approximately 10000 liter of air every day. Unfortunately 104 countries have no air quality monitoring infrastructure.

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Reducing air pollution could help mitigate climate change, improve energy security, increase agricultural productivity, drive economic growth,most importantly world’s most vulnerable,marginalised people can avoid worst polluted breathable air. Nearly 4 million people die prematurely from indoor air pollution. Climate,nature & pollution are interlinked. We smell and taste pollutants the moment we walk out of the door. Engulfed by the hazy air,we & our children (next generation’s ) health are at risk.

We all can do our part, raise awareness regarding breathing of clean air #safeworld 🍃With my Lord #Hanuman #verticalgarden .

He is a Hindu god and divine vanara companion of the god Rama. is 1 of the central characters of the Hindu epic Ramayana.

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Inspiration: pushing us todo the best, reminding us to never lose sight of the bright future. Patience: never giving up at any situation.

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Let’s not destroy the creation of nature, Let’s make progress with nature. Urgently we need to save our planet and ecosystem.

Although it’s difficult to say exactly how many plants are needed to purify indoor air, Wolverton recommends at least 2 good sized plants for every 100 square feet (approximately 9.3 square meters) of indoor space. The bigger the plant and leafier the plant, the better.

Through photosynthesis, they convert the carbon dioxide we exhale into fresh oxygen, and they can also remove toxins from the air we breathe. One famous NASA experiment, published in 1989, found that indoor plants can scrub the air of cancer-causing volatile organic compounds like formaldehyde and benzene.

Best Plants for Cleaning Indoor Air:-
* English Ivy. Hedera helix. …
* Bamboo Palm. Chamaedorea seifrizii. …
* Chinese Evergreen. Aglaonema modestum. …
* Gerbera Daisy. Gerbera jamesonii. …
* Dragon Tree. Dracaena marginata. …
* Pot Mum. Chrysanthemum morifolium. …
* Peace Lily. Spathiphyllum ‘Mauna Loa’ …
* Spider Plant. Chlorophytum comosum ‘Vittatum’

While plants have less horse power than air purifiers, they’re more natural, cost effective, and therapeutic. Plants are also known to: increase mood and productivity. enhance concentration and memory.

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