Dilmah Conservation

Dilmah Conservation was initiated to incorporate environmental conservation efforts into the MJF Charitable Foundation, which focuses on social justice.

Dilmah is governed by a set of core values which govern the principles of business today, as it did at the inception of the company, making it a truly ethical brand.

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Exploring the depths in search of a momentous past
In an endeavor to further explore the site of an extraordinary discovery of a metal chariot ...
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Mainstreaming Sustainability
Business & Biodiversity Knowledge Platform
Business & Biodiversity (B&B) is a knowledge platform jointly organised by IUCN, Ceylon ...
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Marine Species Conservation
Kayankerni’s treasures of the deep
Whenever biodiversity is discussed, the sea is often neglected. Yet, it could easily be the ...
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Inland Species Conservation
The magnificent Udawalawe National Park, Sri Lanka
The beautiful Udawalawe National Park lies across the Ratnapura District in Sabaragamuwa ...
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Mainstreaming Sustainability
Practicing sustainability in your own garden
Innovative ways to grow a self-sufficient home garden for daily fruit and vegetable consumption ...
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Inland Species Conservation
Rearing a Sri Lankan Icon at the Elephant Transit Home, Udawalawe
The Sri Lankan Elephant Elephas maximus maximus is the largest of the four subspecies of ...
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In the Spotlight

Unearthing History from the Deep

Unearthing History from the Deep

While searching for dugong nests off Sri Lanka’s Northern Peninsula, a team of divers from Dilmah Conservation have stumbled across a remarkable finding that could be of unparalleled historical significance. In its efforts to conserve Sri Lanka’s marine life, Dilmah Conservation has been working with communities in the North and East, towards not only raising awareness on the importance of protecting diminishing species such as the dugong, but also in documenting vulnerable coral reefs and affording special attention to enhancing the conservation status of historical shipwreck ... Read more

News Updates

Exploring the depths in search of a momentous past

Exploring the depths in search of a momentous past

In an endeavor to further explore the site of an extraordinary discovery of a metal chariot wheel found by a ... Read more
Building homes for the conservation of Sri Lankan bats

Building homes for the conservation of Sri Lankan bats

  Although creatures such as the Giant Flying Squirrel and the Small Flying Squirrel possess the ability ... Read more
Dilmah’s vision to become Carbon Neutral

Dilmah’s vision to become Carbon Neutral

Dilmah harnesses solar energy: another step towards carbon neutrality ... Read more
Dilmah Conservation Celebrates World Water Day with the Nature Club of Visakha Vidyalaya

Dilmah Conservation Celebrates World Water Day with the Nature Club of Visakha Vidyalaya

As declared by the United Nations General Assembly, World Water Day is celebrated on the 22nd of March each ... Read more
Dilmah Conservation Celebrates the First Ever World Wildlife Day with the Department of Wildlife Conservation

Dilmah Conservation Celebrates the First Ever World Wildlife Day with the Department of Wildlife Conservation

On the 20th of December 2013, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the 3rd of March as World ... Read more
The Veddah Community benefits through Handicraft and Pottery Centre

The Veddah Community benefits through Handicraft and Pottery Centre

Dilmah Conservation’s Veddah Community Upliftment Programme is aimed at helping the community safeguard ... Read more

Biodiversity Assessment of Thoppigala

In line with its commitment to protecting Sri Lanka’s biodiversity and natural heritage, Dilmah ... Read more
Establishing biological corridors towards habitat conservation

Establishing biological corridors towards habitat conservation

Constant changes to the landscape, in the form of housing and infrastructure development, sanitation, waste ... Read more
The Rediscovery of Pseudophilautus hypomelas in the Peak Wilderness Sanctuary

The Rediscovery of Pseudophilautus hypomelas in the Peak Wilderness Sanctuary

As a part of Dilmah Conservation’s ‘Novel Species Paving the Way for Biodiversity Conservation& ... Read more