UN Praises Namami Gange Project Included World Top 10 Restoration Projects
Namami Ganga Project: The United Nations (UN) has praised the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mega project ‘Namami Gange’ project. Along with this, this project has also been included in the 10 Flagship Programs to restore the world’s ecosystem on Wednesday (December 14). This honor was given by Director General of Namami Gange Project G. Ashok Kumar received at the 15th session of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in Montreal, Canada.
These campaigns were chosen by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to restore natural ecosystems.
What did Director General Ashok Kumar say
Director General Kumar said, “The Namami Gange Mission has been recognized as one of the top-10 ecosystem restoration missions in the world. This mission is a reflection of the concerted efforts being made by the Government of India for the restoration of the river’s ecosystem.” testifies to that. I hope our efforts provide a roadmap for more similar efforts around the world.”
United Nations will also support
A roadmap has been created to protect and prevent loss of natural places around the world. An official statement said that several schemes including Namami Gange will now get the support, funds and technical expertise of the United Nations. Mahanishek Kumar said, “It is a very opportune time for us as India takes over the Chairmanship of the G20 Group. Our Prime Minister reiterated his commitment to protect the environment ‘One Earth One Family One Future’ in the true spirit of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam shored up.
5 billion dollars spent
He told, Namami Gange program in 2014 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to recognize the need to clean river Ganga and spent more than 5 billion dollars to make the river clean. This shows Prime Minister Modi’s commitment towards river Ganga and love for nature.
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