Pledge on Save the Marine Life

About Pledge

The Government of India has launched a new pledge to help save marine life. The pledge is available on the Mygov website. Govt. asks people to commit to taking steps to protect marine life, such as reducing their consumption of seafood, avoiding single-use plastics, and supporting sustainable fishing practices.
In addition to the save marine pledge, the government of India is also launching a new awareness campaign to educate people about the importance of marine life and the threats it faces. The pledge campaign will include a series of public service announcements, social media posts, and educational materials.
The Indian government’s efforts to save marine life are part of a larger global effort to protect the world’s oceans. Marine life is facing a number of threats, including overfishing, pollution, and climate change. These threats are having a devastating impact on marine ecosystems and the species that live in them.
The Indian Govt. Save the Marine Life Pledge is a small step, but it is an important one. By taking this pledge, people can help to raise awareness of the threats facing marine life and take steps to protect it.
How to Take the MyGov Save the Marine Life Pledge
To take the Save the Marine Life Pledge, visit the government’s website and click on the “Take the Pledge” button. You will then be asked to enter your name and email address. Once you have submitted your information, you will receive a certificate of your pledge.
In Save the Marine Life Pledge you will Read:
  1. Today, I am taking a pledge to protect our oceans and marine life.
  2. I promise I will say no to single-use plastics and I will make mindful choices for the preservation of marine biodiversity.
  3. Furthermore, I will take all the steps necessary to reduce the flow of pollutants into the ocean.
  4. I will, with fellow Indians, halt the tide.

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Rakshita khanna

Good 👍







Sri Nidhi
Yash mahato


Savita Netar

the protection and preservation of ecosystems in oceans and seas through planned management in order to prevent the over-exploitation of these marine resources.


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