In a first of its kind occasion over the globe, five CEOs went 6 meters submerged to the sea bed at Kovalam, a renowned worldwide shoreline in Kerala, to do a 20-minutes meeting on Monday morning, and promised that they will do their best to ensure marine life.
Clad in their scuba plunging gears, the CEOs – Raja Gopal Iyer (Udaya Samudra Group of Hotels), Hema Menon (UST Global), Dinesh P Thampi (TCS), Dr Shyam Kumar (Neologix) and Rony Thomas (Avon Mobility Solutions), jumped into the water somewhere in the range of 50 meters off the Groove Beach in Kovalam to achieve the U-formed table set on the sea bed for their short gathering.
The concentration, be that as it may, was on the vow they took, before completion the 20 minutes meeting to reemerge. Obviously, that was the very point of ‘Sea Love’, the submerged CEO gathering, – to make mindfulness among open about the results of marine contamination and a dangerous atmospheric devation.
“Through this one of a kind occasion, we likewise needed to bring the consideration of worldwide and national arrangement creators on the expanded dangers and outcomes of an unnatural weather change and marine contamination on the mother planet,” said Jackson Peter, the overseeing executive of Bond Safari, Kovalam, which gave all the specialized support for the occasion. Raising assets to battle against marine contamination and a worldwide temperature alteration is another target, he included.
Arrangement of a club to be dedicated Beach and Marine Environment Protection Club (BMEPC) is the following stride in the activity arrange, as indicated by the ‘Sea Love’ crusade coordinators. “Through this club, inns and resorts situated on the seaside belt of south India will plan a motivation to diminish marine garbage by consistent routine shoreline and submerged cleaning, in relationship with offices and specialists in submerged plunging and marine reviews, having a nearby watch on guarding the marine life from flotsam and jetsam and contamination,” they said. The arrangement is to dispatch the club on World Ocean Day which falls on June 8.