Tubli Bay development on track to be completed in 2021

The project is worth BHD9.5 million

Tubli Bay development on track to be completed in 2021

The Tubli Bay development project in Bahrain is on track to be completed in 2021, the Ministerial Committee for Development and Infrastructure Projects has revealed.

The BHD9.5 million project will address damages to the wildlife and marine life in the area, as well as preserve its natural environment and beautify the region surrounding it.

Plans are already being implemented and the project is underway.

The project was undertaken as part of Bahrain’s plans to achieve its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), namely SDG 6 related to clean water and sanitation.

The area, which is important because of its mangrove trees and seagrass, has been protected since 2006.

Bahrain has taken a number of environment preserving measures in recent years, and launched a study of the effects of climate change on the marina environment in the Kingdom’s waters back in December.

Plus, Bahrain is also considering banning plastic fishing nets and returning to fibrous plant materials previously used.

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