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Malhar Kalambe – Fighting Climate Change

Malhar Kalambe - Fighting Climate Change

Malhar Kalambe – Fighting Climate Change

India-West Staff Reporter

MUMBAI – Malhar Kalambe, the Environmentalist and Founder of Beach Please, has been awarded the National Creators Award 2024 for his contributions to environmental conservation and sustainability. This accolade, also known as the Swachhata Ambassador Award, highlights Kalambe’s exceptional leadership and aims to inspire others to join the movement towards a cleaner and greener future.

Since 2017, Malhar has been steadfast in his commitment to protecting the planet, becoming a role model for today’s youth in the fight against climate change and environmental degradation. Through his organization, Beach Please, he has led numerous initiatives to promote eco-friendly practices, conserve biodiversity, and raise awareness about the importance of environmental conservation. Over the past six years, Kalambe has actively engaged volunteers and raised awareness through various initiatives conducted by Beach Please India.

As a young achiever receiving the National Creator Award, Malhar joins a distinguished group of changemakers and innovators dedicated to shaping a better world. He is a passionate advocate for sustainable development and has played a significant role in influencing policy changes to address environmental challenges at local, national, and international levels.

Expressing his gratitude for the award, Malhar Kalambe stated, “This recognition is a tribute to the collective efforts of all those who have supported and contributed to our mission at Beach Please. Together, we have shown the transformative impact that individuals and communities can have on the planet when we unite behind a common goal. This award strengthens our resolve to bring positive change to the world. We urge everyone to join us in our mission, as collective action is essential in addressing these environmental challenges. Our goal is to raise global awareness and encourage participation from all sectors of society worldwide.”

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