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A new model of collaborative conservation: The...
“Protect Sri Lanka’s wildlife” is a refrain we hear again and again from both state and private conservationists. As of 2015, Sri Lanka contained a total of 26 national parks which collectively cover 5,734 km2,...
Keeping a close eye on extreme weather,...
The One Earth Centre for Climate Change Research and Adaptation established by Dilmah in Nawalapitiya is the first private sector initiative in Sri Lanka to research climate change.
The Peak Ridge Forest Corridor Collaboration
A collaborative partnership of a variety of actors, the Peak Ridge Forest Corridor Collaboration, is coming together to identify key wilderness and mixed landscape areas of importance to leopard conservation in this unprotected Central Highlands...
Dilmah Opens First Private Sector Initiated Climate...
Dilmah Founder, Merrill J. Fernando inaugurated the first private sector initiative to research climate change and analyse its impact on the future of the agricultural economy and social infrastructure, both nationally and globally.