Mumbai youth has joined hands to clean up the city’s coastline. Each weekend, they meet-up to remove debris and plastic waste from designated beaches in the city. On World Environment Day, we spoke to youth icon Malhar Kamble who is leads the cause at “Beach Please”
Jacqueline Fernandez joins Malhar Kalambe for a beach clean drive at Mithi River bank. Image Courtesy: Beach Please
The sunny island city of Mumbai is about to witness a cleaner Mithi River bank. In an attempt to reverse the ecological degradation of Mithi, Beach Please, a youth-led community, is uniting to cleanse the riverfront today at the Mahim Causeway Slope. Led by Malhar Kalambe, 25, the clean-up drive is part of a bigger mission that was born in 2017.