eight seashores named for Blue Flag tag


New Delhi, September 18

On the eve of the International Coastal Clean-Up Day, which has been celebrated throughout 100 international locations since 1986, the Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) has introduced that for the primary time eight Indian seashores are being really helpful for the coveted worldwide eco-label, the Blue Flag certification.

The suggestions are made by an unbiased nationwide jury composed of eminent environmentalists and scientists, a press release mentioned.

Blue Flag seashores are thought of the cleanest on this planet. The eight seashores are Shivrajpur in Gujarat, Ghoghla in Daman and Diu, Kasarkod and Padubidri in Karnataka, Kappad in Kerala, Rushikonda in Andhra Pradesh, Golden seaside of Odisha and Radhanagar seaside in Andaman and Nicobar.

Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar mentioned the federal government was dedicated to cleansing the seashores throughout the nation. Clean seashores are the testimony to atmosphere within the coastal space, he mentioned. — TNS



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