Udupi: Two beaches of Karnataka- Padubidri beach in Udupi district and Kasargod beach have received the coveted Blue Flag certification, along with six other beaches of the country.
The annoucement about the same as done by Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar in a tweet on Sunday.
The other beaches are Shivrajpur Beach in Dwarka, Gujarat; the Ghoghla Beach in Diu; the Kappad Beach in Kerala; the Rushikonda Beach in Andhra Pradesh; the Golden Beach in Odisha and the Radhanagar Beach in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
It is a matter of pride because, no other country has ever been awarded the certification for eight beaches in a single attempt.
The Blue Flag is a well-recognised voluntary eco-label given to a beach, marina, or sustainable boating tourism operator which meets its standards.
It is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Blue Flag beaches are considered the cleanest beaches of the world. In order to qualify for the Blue Flag, a series of stringent environmental, educational, safety, and accessibility criteria must be met and maintained.
The Blue Flag Programme for beaches and marinas is run by the international, non-governmental, non-profit organisation FEE (the Foundation for Environmental Education) that was established in France in 1985.
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