Sri Lanka’s amazing biodiversity and the way we manage and nurture our wildlife will be a major draw for tourists seeking sustainable holidays, according to travel experts.
Do you have a favourite tree in Sri Lanka? Help preserve it by entering the Asian Tree Of The Year contest
Sri Lanka is taking part in Asian Tree of the Year—to photograph and publicise trees which have a special role in preserving our biodiversity heritage.
The Diyasaru Wetland Park in Sri Lanka’s capital Colombo is being hailed as a major development for preserving and nurturing the island’s abundant biodiversity.
Sri Lanka’s mangroves help curb global warming, nurture diminishing fish stocks, are a key target for eco-tourism—and women are in the forefront of ensuring their survival.
Fish stocks are under threat around the world, and sustainable fishing is top of the agenda for food security among the Indian Oceans maritime nations.
The Kirala Kele wetland in southern Sri Lanka is a haven for birds and birdwatchers alike, and the arrival of the rare migratory Baillon’s Crake marked a fitting celebration for World Wetland Day earlier this month.