Samples of decorative paint with excessive lead content would be sent to Italy for testing shortly, Centre for Environmental Justice (CEJ) Executive Director Hemantha Withanage said
The Hotels Association of Sri Lanka (THASL) is calling applications from Sri Lankan Hotels to compete in the annual 'Green Hotels' competition, organised by the Association to recognise the sustain
Providing further clarification on the recently published article in The Island of September 15,titled ‘Govt.
The government on the recommendation of the CKD Research Team will cut down on 24 per cent of the Rs.
A new water pumping station in the Unnichchi tank in Sri Lanka’s eastern Batticaloa District was established in 2010 as part of a new water distribution system. Pic courtesy of Trust.org
Agriculture Minister Mahinda Yapa Abeywardena yesterday said the government would be compelled to ban the use of glyphosate in all 24 districts since the ongoing investigations revealed that people
Scientists, experts, environmentalists and concerned citizen groups yesterday stressed that they would join hands to take legal action against the government’s latest move to dump garbage at a site
In a bid to prevent farmers from harmful effects of agrochemicals, the government has banned the use of glyphosate in four districts with immediate effect.
Sri Lanka currently had a healthy elephant population, but it was under threat due to land fragmentation and the lack of elephant corridors, Wildlife Conservation Department (WCD) Director General
The Committee on Public Enterprises (COPE) has faulted the Central Environmental Authority (CEA) for failing to carry out a proper investigation before issuing the required authorisation to the Dip
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