Two Indian seashores, Minicoy Thundi seashore and Kadmat seashore, situated in Lakshadweep, have obtained the Worldwide eco-label ‘Blue Flag’.
The Minister for Setting, Forest and Local weather Change, Bhupender Yadav expressed happiness and congratulated everybody stating that it is part of India`s relentless journey in direction of constructing a sustainable setting led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Two extra Indian seashores have made it to the checklist of Blue Seashores. Minicoy, Thundi Seashore and Kadmat Seashore – each in Lakshadweep – are the proud entrants within the coveted checklist of Blue Seashores, an eco-label given to the cleanest seashores on this planet. pic.twitter.com/i2bTdB5tJi
— Bhupender Yadav (@byadavbjp) October 26, 2022
PM Narendra Modi additionally congratulated the individuals of Lakshadweep after Minicoy Thundi Seashore and Kadmat Seashore made it to the coveted checklist of Blue Seashores, an eco-label given to the cleanest seashores on this planet. He highlighted India`s exceptional shoreline and lauded the eagerness amongst Indians to additional coastal cleanliness.
About Minicoy Thundi seashore and Kadmat seashore
Thundi Seashore is without doubt one of the most pristine and picturesque seashores within the Lakshadweep archipelago the place white sand is lined by the turquoise blue water of the lagoon, Kadmat Seashore is very standard with cruise vacationers who go to the island for water sports activities. Each seashores adjust to all of the 33 standards mandated by the Basis for Setting Training (FEE).
Different Indian seashores with Blue flag certification
The opposite Indian seashores with the blue flag are Shivrajpur-Gujarat, Ghoghla-Diu, Kasarkod and Padubidri-Karnataka, Kappad-Kerala, Rushikonda- Andhra Pradesh, Golden-Odisha, Radhanagar- Andaman and Nicobar, Kovalam in Tamil Nadu and Eden seashore in Puducherry.
What’s Blue Flag certification?
The Blue Flag certification could be obtained by a seashore, marina, or sustainable boating tourism operator. This serves as an eco-label.
That is awarded yearly to FEE member international locations primarily based on the suggestions of an Worldwide jury which incorporates the United Nations Setting Programme (UNEP), the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), the Basis for Environmental Training (FEE) and the Worldwide Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
The mission of Blue Flag is to advertise sustainability within the tourism sector, by means of environmental training, environmental safety and different sustainable growth practices.
With inputs from Companies