We are protectors of the environment and the life it sustains!
We ensure that the environment we clean is safer and well protected. We preserve the nature treasury through our various activities by addressing the pollution.
We make sure that we have planted the suitable trees in the right place through the appropriate selection of plant species such as mangroves and other salt-tolerant species, which thereby help in carbon offsetting and improving air quality. Through this initiative, we build a healthy ecosystem, and we maintain it.
We address the increased soil pollution in coastal areas and provide solutions that have to be implemented to avoid the chain reaction resulting from soil contamination. Removing waste accumulated over the soil is essential to keep the soil population healthy. Waste bins are installed to eliminate littering.
We are involved in keeping our water bodies clean through various initiatives. We analyse the threats and provide solutions by restricting waste entry to land, river, and ponds. We are committed to introducing coastal aquaculture to support the local economy and other native water plants that can improve water quality.
Due to the rising worldwide focus on the environment, environmental sanitation advantages, such as improved water quality, less environmental deterioration, and higher energy efficiency through waste recycling, should be emphasised.
Waste management decreases the impact of waste on the environment, health, and other factors. It can also assist in reusing or recycling commodities such as paper, cans, and glass. We ensure that a proper waste management practice exists on the beach sides. We do it by installing trash bins, proper waste segregation, and recycling with the support of both government and non-government parties. Let’s make our coastlines trash free.
Healthy oceans host a large variety of biodiversity, high water quality, few or no introduced species, and no traces of pollutants. Our primary focus areas will be to tackle marine debris, ghost nets (which entangle sharks, turtles, and other marine living creatures), microplastics, thermocol particles, and medical waste disposal on beaches.
In ponds near veli tourist village, Stagnant waters have become a breeding ground for water-borne diseases. Plastic has managed to enter the food chain; research reports show the shocking presence of microplastics in the blood and womb of human beings, thus creating an alarming situation.
A beautiful beach would naturally encourage visitors to keep it clean and refrain from littering. Painted pavements, art installations, sustainable decorations, and awareness boards featuring sea creatures and marine life will educate people, especially children, on uniting against marine littering.
The walls around and near the beach area, the platform of lifeguard rooms, restrooms, parks, and benches will be adorned with beautiful paintings full of colours and messages. The involvement of the public in these activities will popularise the event, and the sustainable life lessons will benefit all.
Beaches across India usually have unique, rocky, party-friendly, blue water features. Hence, the beach’s identity can be promoted through an annual beach mela that will be conducted by promoting local vendors and the native culture and stories that will attract the crowd and promote tourism.
Hosting sand sculpture competitions will bring together local artists, and the event will send visitors a meaningful and powerful message about climate change. This can be coupled with workshops, bicycle stunts, street food delicacies, awareness skits, and other activities to garner public interest.