What is Green protocol? Why Green protocol? How Green protocol is implemented? Let’s know more about it.
Agricultural development with a special thrust to organic farming is intended to bring in revolutionary changes. Systematic, scientific and comprehensive projects at each stage from planning to marketing is envisaged to give an awakening in the Agricultural sector and also to bring out revitalization to the farmers.
The Water Conservation Mission envisions to renovate the existing water surfaces ensuring pure and clean water in the local areas and to introduce a new culture for water consumption. This would facilitate an excellent water supply system for drinking and irrigation. In the first phase, the ponds, canals and streams across the State will be cleaned up, protected and conserved.
The action plan for Hygienic -Waste Management aims to create a clean and green Kerala with the wholehearted participation of socially conscious responsible citizens. This Mission envisions to showcase a Kerala model in the realm of permanent hygienic waste management in an eco-friendly manner in a people-centric mode so as to enable Zero Waste State.
The State of Kerala will become a land of zero waste through effective Hygienic Waste Management campaigns under the stewardship of local bodies.
Kerala, the southern tip of the Indian Peninsula has been immensely blessed by Nature, with it’s rich and varied flora and fauna, lush green forests, enthralling waterfalls, mighty mountains, virgin beaches and breathtaking backwaters. The expanse of greenery and abundance of waterbodies stand as the hallmark of this land.Read more...
Let us join hands to regain the green canopy and water resources of Kerala. We shall must take a pledge to keep our environment in its purest form so as to keep our umbilical cord with Nature intact. Imbibing the success stories of the Literacy Mission in the past, let us put in our full-hearted efforts to save our air, soil and water.Read more