BLive Organises Cycle-a-thon to Raise Awareness on Reduction in Carbon Emissions on World Environment Day


BLive Organises Cycle-a-thon to Raise Awareness on Reduction in Carbon Emissions on World Environment Day

Panjim, June 2022: On the occasion of World Environment Day, BLive e-bike tours organised ‘Ride as One – Cycle-A-Thon’. The prime objective of this event was to raise awareness about sustainable mobility and the immediate need for the reduction in carbon emissions globally. Through the event, Ebike and cycle riders came together to ride as one and promote electric vehicles and sustainable tourism through the scenic roads of Miramar and Panjim.

The event was attended by Ex- Chief of the Goa Fire Services, Ashok Menon. Over 30 individuals participated in the cycle-a-thon. The event was flagged off at Miramar Residency at 7:30 am on June 5th.

Ashok Menon, along with the BLive team planted a sapling at Miramar Residency towards the end of the event to solidify the message for a greener Goa.

To add on to the spirit, a troupe of enthusiastic dancers came together at the venue to showcase a Zumba routine which was endearing to the eyes of the public present. They were eventually joined in by onlookers and the BLive team.

Ashok Menon presented the certificates and congratulated the participants for being an active part of the event. In his speech, he highlighted the importance of events such as these and thanked the BLive team for putting together the event.

Sandeep Mukherjee, COO and Co Founder of BLive, says “BLive has been a major proponent of sustainability and sustainable mobility in Goa. We at BLive tours believe that as local and global citizens we must make collective efforts to highlight pressing environmental issues. Hence, on the occasion of World Environment Day, we have come together to spread the message about reducing tailpipe emissions and choosing sustainable travel. BLive is taking long strides to achieve the goal quickly and effectively. We shall continue to work to raise awareness about environmental issues.”

With the air quality index in Panaji constantly signalling off a red flag due to its poor score of 60 AQI, it can be inferred that the air quality has deteriorated over time.

[ays_slider id=1]

इसे भी पढे ----

वोट जरूर करें

गोव्यामध्ये कोणता पक्ष विजयी होणार ?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

आज का राशिफल देखें