Added by on 2019-11-02

In Kolkata, one of India’s most polluted metro areas, a taxi driver has turned his car into a tiny, mobile garden. He hopes that Indians planting more greenery will lead to everyone enjoying an unpolluted, safe, clean world. From video journalist Sanjay Pandey in India. Subscribe for more videos: Like us on Facebook: Download the AJ+ app at Follow us on Twitter: Related PostsDevelopment of Different Types of Green Roofs & Green Walls for Improved Urban Biodiversity…India Green Hi-Tech Agri, How To Setup Rooftop Garden (Step By Step Instructions)Green Roof Fundamentals: Building an Epic Rooftop Garden 🏠🌱Green Roof Themed Rooftop Garden in NYC, New York by New York PlantingsBishop: Green Wall Center (V6) – 3 Different WaysWOW! Thats my kind of DIY Vertical Garden!

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  • Eddard Liebber 2 weeks ago

    The guzzoline tho

  • Murdoch 2 weeks ago

    Wouldn't the weight reduce fuel efficiency to the point where any gain from the grass would be negated?

  • INotKnowHow 2 weeks ago

    He's actually burning more fuel this way(because of the extra weight) so he is harming the environment more than he's doing it any good….

  • rtswift 2 weeks ago

    positive programming.

  • Madam President 2 weeks ago

    love this guy

  • eN3RD 2 weeks ago

    He must be making a lot of GREEN with that type of attention !
    ba dum tss

  • NickiCorset 2 weeks ago

    That's really cool.

  • firewordsparkler 2 weeks ago

    I love this video. Such a cool idea!

  • Elvis Moonbase 2 weeks ago

    lately, I'm unsubscribing from videos I have to read. I cant multitask with AJ+ videos 🙁

  • iPolitely 2 weeks ago

    Bruh! Million dollar idea!

  • Anshul Bhalotia 2 weeks ago

    that is my city=)

  • Sebanoe 2 weeks ago

    This is what you call being the change you want to see in the world.

  • London CPH 2 weeks ago

    Imagine if he slams the breaks. All those plants with pots and soil with fly into the back of his head and through the window. But who cares about safety! Lol

  • filonin2 2 weeks ago

    You need to calculate how much extra fuel you are burning to carry the increased weight of the soil, water, and grass and see if it is a net gain or loss of CO2. I'm guessing that it is a gain in co2 as you'd need a pretty fuel efficient car and lightweight grow media for this to work. Looks nice though.

  • Mister Mood 2 weeks ago

    it must smell fresh in there..:D

  • Antivorg 2 weeks ago

    Lol I'd like too see that last five minutes in a tropical rainstorm in the middle of monsoon season

  • I'm The Heroic Protagonist 2 weeks ago

    This is really cool. Not just as a means of helping remind people that green spaces can efficently exist in our cities, but also as a means of helping the public frame alternative roofing techniques for better city space. The benefits being lower energy costs, diminishing the urban heat island effect, and better public health.