Leaders of Maldives issued a first-ever initiative to voluntarily turning the entire state in the biosphere reserve. Thus, the country is trying to deliver on the Indian Conference COP 11 and the International Conference RIO +20 commitment to biodiversity conservation.
To fully considered sanctuary, Maldives should ensure that before the end of 2017, more than half of their atolls come under the protection of new environmental programs. UN welcomed the intention of Maldivian leadership, as it is quite a large-scale operation, which in the future are extremely important results. For other island states Maldives will be a great example to follow when choosing the direction for the protection of natural resources.
Maldives suffer the serious consequences of climate change and global warming. The last few decades there has been a rise in the number of people concerned about the fate of the local flora and fauna and other natural resources. Maldives now try to take the path of sustainable development and to adhere to the principles of sustainability in all. Moreover, that the country is an example of a successful rescue operation Baa atoll.