A mega seashore clean-up marketing campaign was kicked off at Juhu on Sunday because the third leg of the G20 Environment and Climate Sustainability Working Group (ECSWG) assembly started in Mumbai. The assembly will conclude on May 23.
Representatives from 20 international locations participated within the marketing campaign at Juhu seashore, whereas related campaigns have been held at seashores of 13 coastal states and 9 Union Territories.
In a bid to lift consciousness about coastal and marine ecosystems, dignitaries engaged within the clean-up drive and wrote on a pledge wall.
“The purpose of the drive was to sensitise people about the impact of marine waste on the environment and encourage them to prevent the same. The importance of individual efforts and community participation in mitigating this environmental challenge was highlighted through the event,” mentioned the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change in an announcement on Sunday.
Highlighting the idea of LiFE or ‘Lifestyle for Environment’, being promoted by the Indian Presidency, famend sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture at Juhu Beach.
Items utilizing recycled plastic collected from Juhu seashore in addition to work by 5,900 college students from throughout the nation have been additionally on show.
Extensive deliberations on the Ocean20 dialogue with the goal of devising an answer for guaranteeing a sustainable and climate-resilient Blue Economy is anticipated to happen in the course of the third assembly of ECSWG.
The assembly will likely be adopted by the G20 second Disaster Risk Reduction Working Group (DRRWG) assembly from May 23 to 25. On May 13, it was introduced that the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will spotlight the catastrophe resilience capability of the Mumbai Coastal Road Project (MCRP) within the upcoming DRRWG meet.
The seashore clean-up drive was additionally attended by Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change and Labour and Employment Bhupender Yadav, Chief Minister, Eknath Shinde, Governor of Maharashtra and Ramesh Bais.