The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) has obtained global Carbon Neutral certification for the hosting of the 6th South Asia Economic Summit in Colombo.

After a brief lull, protests against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) were revived both in India and Sri Lanka with a protest being held in Colombo yesterday (5).

Sri Lanka Supreme Court Wednesday withdrew an order preventing the re-development of Colombo's crowded residential Slave Island area.

The Motor Traffic Department (DMT) has taken steps to ban vehicles with high smoke emissions in an attempt to reduce air-pollution in the City of Colombo.

As the Local Councils in Colombo’s suburbs have failed to collect the garbage of their ratepayers, hundreds of thousands of people are at the mercy of their councils to dispose tons of their garba

Sri Lanka Water Supply and Drainage Board says that three projects launched under Greater Colombo Water Rehabilitation Project will be completed and opened for public use in April.

This study explores the politics of urban water supply and sanitation delivery in the city of Colombo, Sri Lanka, where improvements in coverage have been achieved within a national context characterised by almost three decades of civil war.

Following the recent heavy rains, the National Building Research Organisation (NBRO) has identified 300 new landslide-prone areas in many parts of the country, including the Gampaha and Colombo dis

Sri Lanka’s Country Vision is to become a global hub between the East and the West and to transition to an upper middle-income country by 2016.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) said today it is providing $300 million in loans to overhaul the quality, coverage, and management of water and wastewater services in the Sri Lankan capital, Colom