The Fight against Wildlife Trafficking: CITES in Sri Lanka

From pangolins to elephants, from tropical timber to birds and snakes: Wildlife trafficking is one of the largest illegal global trade sectors and generates billions of USD per year. Since 1975, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) provides a framework for the sustainable trade of wildlife and ecosystem products.

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Addressing Global Challenges

On the 9th of February, SLYCAN Trust organised a capacity building workshop for the youth who are interested in developing solutions to address global challenges such as climate change. This meeting was organised as part of the Stage II of the Global Youth Forum on Climate Change (GYFCC), that was organised as part of the “Sri Lanka NEXT – a Blue Green Era” Conference, by the Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment, the Climate Change Secretariat, SLYCAN Trust and Meatless Monday Sri Lanka. fa

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ගෝලීය අභියෝග සදහා නවෝත්පාදනය හා ව්යාවසායකත්වය.

ගෝලීය අභියෝගවලට මුහුණදීමේ නවෝත්පාදන සහ ව්යවසායකත්වයමැයෙන් දේශගුණ විපර්යාස පිළිබද තරුණ සංසදයේ දෙවැනි අදියරේ වැඩමුළුව ශ්රි ලංකාපුවත්පත් ආයතනයේ ස්ලයිකැන් ශ්රවණාගාරයේදී පසුගියදා (09) පැවැත්විණි.

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The Fight against Wildlife Trafficking: CITES in Sri Lanka

From pangolins to elephants, from tropical timber to birds and snakes: Wildlife trafficking is one of the largest illegal global trade sectors and generates billions of USD per year. Since 1975, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) provides a framework for the sustainable trade of wildlife and ecosystem products.

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Beleaguered Biodiversity: Protecting Sri Lanka's Unique Wildlife

Sri Lanka is a biodiversity hotspot with an abundance of ecosystems and many endemic species. Its animals and plants are greatly threatened by human activity and the impacts of climate change, putting the world at risk of losing this irreplaceable wealth of wildlife.

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CLIMATE MIGRATION: THE NEW WAVE OF REFUGEES?




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