Exhibition organized by Centre for Environmental Justice held parallel to Asia Pacific Adaptation Network meeting in Sri Lanka form 17-19 October 2016.
We, the undersigned civil society organizations in Sri Lanka, wish to bring to your notice the serious misunderstanding of facts and ground reality in the ITAP review of climate adaptation proposal from Sri Lanka.
We are shocked to see the use of military by the government of Sri Lanka to crush the peaceful protest by the thousands of protestors against the Venigros Gloves Factory located in Nadungamuva near Weliweriya.
The Centre for Environmental Justice together with Sri Lanka Nature Group organised a media event and book launching on the 3rd December 2012 at the HARTI, Colombo to mark the “Global No Pesticides Use Day”.
October 20, Colombo, Sri Lanka. We are shocked to hear that Sri Lankans who dig traditional or tube wells to obtain water for drinking, agriculture will have to obtain an annual permit from the Water Resources Board (WRB) at fees ranging from Rs.7,500 to Rs.15,000.