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Future of the world’s best cuppa

Future of the world’s best cuppa

By Shanuka kadupitiyage -May 21 – ceylontoday.lk Tea – although introduced by the British purely as an industrial crop – has become an integral part of Sri Lanka’s cultural heritage....

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A CRI DE COEUR ON EARTH DAY

A CRI DE COEUR ON EARTH DAY

lmd.lk Isanka Perera writes that we must be far more accountable on climate action More than 50 years ago, millions of Americans came together demanding action against oil spills, polluting...

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Importance of sustaining rivers

Importance of sustaining rivers

Dishan Joseph – dailynews.lk Rivers have sustained and empowered human civilizations for centuries. Today rivers still provide a range of services that can be used for the benefit of human...

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Food Security: A crucial aspect missing from COP26

Food Security: A crucial aspect missing from COP26

By Kalainga Seneviratne – dailynews.lk About a third of global gas emissions come from agriculture and land use, yet, the final communique of COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, failed to make...

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GOVT’S FERTILIZER DEAL A HIGH-RISK ADVENTURE?

GOVT’S FERTILIZER DEAL A HIGH-RISK ADVENTURE?

Nirmala Kannangara – dailymirror.lk The much controversial fertilizer tender, that was offered to China without analyzing samples to check its compliance with the standards published by the Sri Lanka Standard...

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Climate Transformation as a Critical Global Phenomenon and Impact on Sri Lankan wildlife

Climate Transformation as a Critical Global Phenomenon and Impact on Sri Lankan wildlife

By : W.A. Harshani Abayawardhana (B.Sc(Hons)Env.Sci.) – Environmental Officer Centre for Environmental Justice Climate change, a broad range of worldwide phenomena of climate alteration, has emerged as one of the...

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Too Fast, Too Soon? Sri Lanka’s Fertiliser Ban And Organic Farming Ambitions

Too Fast, Too Soon? Sri Lanka’s Fertiliser Ban And Organic Farming Ambitions

Nilushana Sooriyaarachchi – ROARMEDIA In April this year, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa proposed a complete ban on the import of chemical fertilisers. At the time, a statement from the President’s Office noted that...

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Sri Lanka fertilizer ban too sudden, fraught with uncertainty, farmers unprepared

Sri Lanka fertilizer ban too sudden, fraught with uncertainty, farmers unprepared

MAHADIYA HAMZA – economynext.com ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka’s plan to move into organic fertilizer was a good move in principle but the sudden shift has left farmers fearful and the...

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Newcomer from Adam’s Peak

Newcomer from Adam’s Peak

An endemic Nelu species discovered in Sri Lanka Krishni Ifham – dailynews.lk A new species of Strobilanthes is found from Sri Lanka. It is named Strobilanthesmedahinnensis Nilanthi as it is...

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CLIMATE RISK COUNTRY PROFILE: SRI LANKA

CLIMATE RISK COUNTRY PROFILE: SRI LANKA

eyesrilanka.com Climate change is a major risk to good development outcomes, and the World Bank Group is committed to playing an important role in helping countries integrate climate action into...

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