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National Marine Resource conservation week commenced

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President Maithripala Sirisena today declared National marine resource conservation week. This was launched in parallel with International coastal cleanup day.

Last Updated on Friday, 15 September 2017 18:57

Tharindu: Novelist attempt to save elephants in Sri Lanka

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It was on the World Elephant Day 2017 Tharindu embarked his journey by publishing his firsts ever book, The Life of Last Proboscideans: Elephants. Tharindu is still 23 years of age and carried out so much of work for the cause of protecting elephants. He is also a columnist who wrote about elephant issues to the press.  After the book launch Tharindu spoke to Earthlanka about how he stumbled upon such a subject matter and how his cause will give an effort to protect elephants.

Last Updated on Saturday, 09 September 2017 18:27

Heavy Rain continues in Sri Lanka

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According to Met Department the prevailing weather condition expected to continue until next Tuesday if a lower level atmospheric disturbance developed in the Bay of Bengal. It is predicted that showers will falls up to 150mm in some places such as Western, Sabaragamuwa and Central provinces and in Galle and Matara districts.

Last Updated on Friday, 15 September 2017 08:05

Let us as Citizens think afresh about the future of Sri Lanka

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Forget war and consider about the Mother Nature, when one understands how environmental systems function, from nutrient cycles and energy flows to eco systems, climate systems, population dynamics, agriculture and economics. Above all, human beings should learn to lead their lives pleacefully.

Last Updated on Monday, 04 September 2017 08:50

“Trinity” Goes Green

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On 12th of August 2017, Trinity College Kandy has launched and implemented solar power project which is contributing to fulfil whole current energy need of the school. 100KWp of electricity can be generated from current power project. This wonderful project was initialized by 1992 batch of Trinity College to celebrate 25th anniversary of their leaving from Trinity and this can be considered as a symbol of old boys affection towards this one of the most reputed college of magnificent hill country in Sri Lanka. School current staff, contemporary teachers of 1992 batch and other important people attended to inaugurate this significant event. This project contributes to make Trinity Eco-friendly and to create a sustainable community in the country.


Last Updated on Sunday, 27 August 2017 05:00
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