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10
September
2017

Carbon Capture Begins : An analysis of Post-Combustion Carbon Capture Storage (CCS)

 

The last article of this series looked into the Pre-combustion CCS and the recent efficiency levels reported. When it comes to CCS the first assumption is that carbon capture is only possible post combustion of the participating fuel.  But, the previous article proved there are many other possibilities.The figure below shows the different stages CC can be done. This article looks into the post combustion CCS. With the previous knowledge of the pre-combustion this would be easier to understand.

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09
September
2017

Tharindu: Novelist attempt to save elephants in Sri Lanka

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.

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07
September
2017

Heavy Rain continues in Sri Lanka

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.

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05
September
2017

Natural disasters create havoc across the world this summer

While the tropical storm Harvey makes headlines across the northern America, it is worthwhile to look back at the devastation created by storms, flooding and landslides during last few months in many parts of the world.

 

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08
September
2017

Mexico Earthquake: Tsunami warnings issued

 

8.1 magnitude earthquakes struck off the coasts of Mexico killing five people so far. Currently evacuations are underway across the region due to tsunami warnings.

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06
September
2017

Climate Change risks drive businesses to reduce emissions

 

Businesses are voluntarily reducing their emissions as they see climate change poses risks to their operations, according to a new survey.

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03
September
2017

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

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.

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September 20, 2017 - More than 200 reported killed in Mexico earthquake
According to reports 216 bodies been recovered so far from 7.1-magnitude earthquake which struck Mexico on Tuesday, 21 confirmed to be children under age of 10 years. Local media reports said soldiers had administered oxygen to one trapped child through a tube. ...more
September 20, 2017 - 6.1 Magnitude tremors hit east coast of Japan
According to US Geological Survey an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.1 has been detected off the coast of Japan. The earthquake struck about 175 miles south east of Kamaishi, and around 200 miles east of Fukushima. ...more
September 10, 2017 - Hurricane Irma devastates Florida
According to reports 6.3 million people in Florida was forced evacuate due to hurricane Irma. Currently 1 million households are without power. ...more
September 08, 2017 - Mexico Earthquake: Tsunami warnings issued
  8.1 magnitude earthquakes struck off the coasts of Mexico killing five people so far. Currently evacuations are underway across the region due to tsunami warnings. ...more
September 05, 2017 - Natural disasters create havoc across the world this summer
While the tropical storm Harvey makes headlines across the northern America, it is worthwhile to look back at the devastation created by storms, flooding and landslides during last few months in many parts of the world.   ...more
August 26, 2017 - Hurricane​ ​Harvey​ ​makes​ ​landfall​ ​in​ ​United​ ​States
Hurricane Harvey, introduced earlier this week just made landfall in Texas, USA. ​It is also called as the first Category 4 hurricane (category 5 being the strongest) to make landfall in the United States since Hurricane Charley. The winds have been observed up to​ ​130​ ​miles​ ​per...more
August 17, 2017 - 600 missing in Sierra Leone due to landslides
According to sources 600 people are believed to be missing due to heavy rains and flash floods which led to landslides in Sierra Leone West Africa. ...more
August 01, 2017 - Over 200 people killed due to floods in India
According to sources 218 people killed due to floods in the western state of Gujarat in India. Officials estimate that the floods have affected 450,000 people in the state of Gujarat. ...more
June 25, 2017 - More than 100 people still missing in China
More than 100 people are missing due to a landslide triggered by heavy rain in Sichuan Province in south western China. ...more
May 27, 2017 - Death Toll Rise in Sri Lanka
According to reports 91 people killed injuring more than 200 people, displacing more than 20,000 people with the recent floods and landslides in Sri Lanka. ...more

Local News

October 16, 2017 - Keep a Sapling like a Girl - Says President
Pic by Iran Lokugamage “keep and protect a sapling which is planted by you, like a way you keep and protect a little girl with love and compassion from her birth to young age. That was why we started the reforestation project –Vana Roopa(planting program) on the International Day of girl Chil...more
September 24, 2017 - Strong winds along the coastal line
Met Department states that strong winds could experience in the coastal areas within the next 72 Hours.  Heavy showers will occur at times in the Bay of Bengal to the north-east and east of the island. ...more
September 15, 2017 - National Marine Resource conservation week commenced
President Maithripala Sirisena today declared National marine resource conservation week. This was launched in parallel with International coastal cleanup day. ...more
August 17, 2017 - Priority Bus lanes to ease traffic congestion in the streets of Colombo
Megapolis and western development ministry introduced priority bus lanes to ease traffic congestion recently. ...more
July 12, 2017 - Use of polythene, rigifoam, shopping bags banned
Central Environment Authority (CEA) has banned the use of polythene lunch sheets, rigifoam boxes and shopping bags, with effect from 1st of September. In a bid to make Sri Lanka polythene-free and find a sustainable solution to solid waste management, President Maithripala Sirisena has announced a n...more
June 26, 2017 - Statement issued by UNIC Colombo on Newly appointed UN Youth Envoy
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has appointed Jayathma Wickramanayake of Sri Lanka as his next Envoy on Youth. She will succeed Ahmad Alhendawi of Jordan to whom the Secretary-General is grateful for his dedicated service in addressing the needs and rights of young people, bringin...more
June 05, 2017 - President’s World Environment Day message
It took several centuries for the human beings to be modest enough to accept the fact that they are only one of creations of the nature. ...more
April 28, 2017 - Clean Lanka – Let’s begin from home
Being the pivotal hub of political, economical and commercial activities in the country, Colombo draws hundreds and thousands of individuals every day. The statistics have revealed that the city which nestles 750,000 residents is visited by a staggering number of people amounting to 2 million loca...more
April 28, 2017 - Garbage Disposal Gazette notified today.
Gazette notification of garbage collection and disposal was tabled in the parliament today. ...more
April 24, 2017 - Dry Weather to continue with high Temperatures
Department of Meteorology states that rain is expected after firsts week of May.  According to Met department a strong solar energy hitting the surface of the Indian Ocean region and the temperature could rise in 5C in some areas. ...more