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17
January
2010

Think Green Campaign connects PEE BEE

The Think Green campaign connects PEE BEE management services manufactures of flora tissue to Neptune papers & Viridis private ltd, to recycle all their paper and plastic waste today.

 

 

 
16
January
2010

EDEX Think Green 2010


EDEX-National higher education and careers expo, took the initiative to promote Think Green as a core value with the vision to Educate, Engage and Activate Sri Lankan youth on sustainable
living.

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08
January
2010

Vacant areas should be change to Forested areas

 

 

Human-elephant conflict is continuing still in Sri Lanka,

Rotary club of Battaramulla was able to organize  a seminar

recently with Dr.Devaka Weerakoon on this matter.

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04
January
2010

Pope Benedict: think globally, act locally, urges lifestyle changes to save environment

 

Pope Benedict used his traditional New Year address on Friday to call on people to change their lifestyles to save the planet, saying environmental responsibility was essential for global peace.
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09
January
2010

Camera traps yield first-time film of tigress and cubs

 

Jakarta, Indonesia – Camera traps deep in the Sumatran jungle have captured first-time images of a rare female tiger and her cubs, giving researchers unique insight into the elusive tiger’s behaviour.

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07
January
2010

We are ready to implement the best program for the Bio Diversity year

 

Minister for Environment and Natural resources for Sri Lanka Hon. Patali Champika Ranawaka stated that All countries should come forward to implement a long term process to protect the environment until 2020.

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04
January
2010

Brazil to keep emissions reductions pledge despite failed climate summit

 

 

Brazil will honor its pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 14-19 percent from 2005, despite the failure of this month's climate meeting in Copenhagen to establish binding limits on emissions, reports Reuters.

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