Indian mission in UK takes G20 Clean-Up drive to Brighton

Indian High Commission organised a beach clean-up activity as a part of the country's current G20 chairmanship at Brighton Beach in London with massive participation of the local community.

During the activity, Indian envoy Vikram Doraiswami along with the mayor of Brighton and Hove city council addressed the gathering.
They also took G20 mega beach cleanup pledge along with the participants.

As part of India's G20 Presidency, a coordinated beach cleaning activity - 'G20 Mega Beach Clean Up' is organized across G20 Countries, guest countries as well as in all the coastal States/UTs of India.

The objective behind organising such activities is to draw global attention to the need to combat coastal and marine pollution and the role of citizens and their participation in the same.

Notably, this event was done globally on May 21 this year.
According to the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, the purpose of the Mega Beach Clean Up event was to sensitize and raise awareness about the impact of marine waste on the environment and encourage people to take action for preventing the same.


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