Tribune News Service
New Delhi, September 18
On the eve of International Coastal Clean-Up Day which is well known throughout 100 international locations since 1986, Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) introduced that for the primary time eight seashores of India are really useful for the coveted International eco-label, a ‘Blue Flag’ certification.
The suggestions are achieved by an unbiased nationwide Jury composed of eminent environmentalists and scientists, a press release stated
‘Blue Flag’ seashores are thought of the cleanest seashores of the world. The eight seashores are Shivrajpur in Gujarat, Ghoghla in Daman & Diu, Kasarkod and Padubidri seashore in Karnataka, Kappad in Kerala, Rushikonda in Andhra Pradesh, Golden seashore of Odisha and Radhanagar seashore in Andaman and Nicobar.
Union Environment Minister, Prakash Javadekar stated the federal government is dedicated to wash the seashores throughout the nation
Clean seashores are the testimony to atmosphere within the coastal space, he stated.
The subject of marine litter and oil spilling has brought on disturbances to the aquatic life and the Government of India is endeavor varied efforts for the sustainable growth of coastal areas, he added.