Pune News : Dhankawadi-Sahakarnagar areas identified as greenest regions : Reveals PMC’S ESR Report 

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Dhankawadi-Sahakarnagar ward has been officially recognized as the most ecologically vibrant region within Pune, according to the latest Environmental Status Report (ESR) released by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC).

The ESR findings reveal that the Sahakarnagar-Dhankawadi locale boasts an impressive count of 1,195,894 trees out of the entire tree population in Pune.

Mangesh Dighe, Environmental Conservation Officer at PMC, shared insights with Pune Pulse, stating, “The overall tree count in Pune city stands at 5,137,632, encompassing a diverse range of 629 tree species. Notably, the Dhankawadi-Sahakarnagar ward has distinguished itself by harboring the highest tally of trees, surpassing a staggering 1.95 million trees. In contrast, areas like Bhawani Peth and Kasba – Vishrambaug Wada exhibit a significantly lower green cover, with a mere 12,546 trees.”

In addition to its exceptional tree count, the Dhankawadi-Sahakarnagar region features an abundance of gardens, accounting for 19 out of the total 211 gardens situated across Pune city.

The comprehensive count of trees across all 15 wards under PMC is as follows:

  • Dhankawadi – Sahakarnagar: 1,195,894
  • Hadapsar – Mundhwa: 499,757
  • Kothrud – Bavdhan: 488,965
  • Nagar Road – Vadgaonsheri: 486,025
  • Shivajinagar – Ghole Road: 476,546
  • Aundh – Baner: 458,699
  • Dhole Patil Road: 285,469
  • Yerawada Kalas Dhanori: 256,430
  • Kondhwa – Yevlewadi: 227,248
  • Wanowrie – Ramtekdi: 197,459
  • Warje – Karvenagar: 189,241
  • Sinhagad Road: 164,045
  • Bibwewadi: 129,856
  • Kasba – Vishrambaug Wada: 35,426
  • Bhawani Peth: 12,546

    Shreyas Vange
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