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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Biodiversity of Thoppigala
Biodiversity Assessment of Thoppigala
In line with its commitment to protecting Sri Lanka’s biodiversity and natural heritage, ...
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Thoppigala Heritage Park
Inauguration of Thoppigala Heritage Park
Peace and nature celebrated as one The ongoing programme of Dilmah Conservation and the Merrill ...
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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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In the Spotlight

The Sri Lanka Business and Biodiversity Platform Enters its Second Phase of Development With Renewed Vigour and Stewardship

The Sri Lanka Business and Biodiversity Platform Enters its Second Phase of Development With Renewed Vigour and Stewardship

The Sri Lanka Business and Biodiversity (SL B&B) Platform of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce recently appointed its second Advisory Committee for its new term of operation. The overall mandate of the Platform is to encourage dialogue amongst stakeholders, and to help raise awareness of biodiversity and sustainability issues amongst the Sri Lankan business community. Working to assist companies in understanding and mainstreaming biodiversity, the Platform has the ultimate aim of ensuring that a majority of companies will eventually be on a sustainable ecological footing with a vastly reduced ... Read more

News Updates

The prestigious Monash Caulfield Campus hosts Dilhan Fernando to speak on Ethical Corporate Practices in International Business

Recently, the son of Dilmah Founder Merrill J. Fernando, Director Marketing of Dilmah Tea and Trustee of the ... Read more
Winners of Dilmah WED Challenge 2014 embark on an unforgettable journey

Winners of Dilmah WED Challenge 2014 embark on an unforgettable journey

A guided winners’ day tour to Uda Walawe helped children connect with their aesthetic heritage while ... Read more
There is no Business without Biodiversity

There is no Business without Biodiversity

The Sri Lanka Business and Biodiversity Platform – 1st Annual Member Networking Forum and Workshop 2014: ... Read more
Dilmah Conservation supports the Veddah Community host its traditional Varigasabha

Dilmah Conservation supports the Veddah Community host its traditional Varigasabha

Through its Veddah Community Upliftment initiative, Dilmah Conservation has extended its support towards ... Read more
Dilmah Conservation to host traditional Varigasabha of the indigenous Veddah Community in Sri Lanka

Dilmah Conservation to host traditional Varigasabha of the indigenous Veddah Community in Sri Lanka

In an effort to further support and empower the Indigenous Veddah community of Sri Lanka, towards preserving ... Read more
6 things about the Veddah you probably didn’t know

6 things about the Veddah you probably didn’t know

Identified as the original inhabitants of Sri Lanka with a history spanning many thousand years, the Veddah ... Read more
Dilmah Bioregional Corridor – Tree planting commences in Uda Delwala

Dilmah Bioregional Corridor – Tree planting commences in Uda Delwala

Biological corridors, or linkages connecting landscapes fragmented by human activity, help protect and revive ... Read more
New Lichen Species Named After Dilmah’s Queensberry Estate

New Lichen Species Named After Dilmah’s Queensberry Estate

A new species of Lichen, Heterodermia queensberryi, has been named after Dilmah’s Queensberry Estate in ... Read more
Raising student awareness on urban butterfly conservation

Raising student awareness on urban butterfly conservation

Butterflies have always been a subject of great interest to children and adults alike due to their vibrant ... Read more