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Protecting the Future of Sri Lanka’s Rainforests in a Changing Climate
Protecting the Future of Sri Lanka’s Rainforests in a Changing Climate
December 17, 2018

Tropical rainforests contain exceptionally high levels of endemism and species richness and are globally important areas of biodiversity. Climate change is threatening to collapse these complex ecological networks leading to mass extinctions and the failure of rainforest ecosystems services that are vital to life on Earth.

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Climate Education at the Dilmah Climate Change Research Station
Climate Education at the Dilmah Climate Change Research Station
October 26, 2018

Dilmah’s Climate Change Research Station in Queensberry, the first private sector initiative to research climate change and build resilience among the planter and farmer community

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Google’s New Tool to Fight Climate Change
Google’s New Tool to Fight Climate Change
September 25, 2018

The company will begin estimating local carbon pollution from cities around the world.

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Building climate resilience
Building climate resilience
September 01, 2018

Recognising the critical need for private sector involvement in climate adaptation, Dilmah Conservation

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Climate change: Changing weather patterns seen hurting agriculture production, yields
Climate change: Changing weather patterns seen hurting agriculture production, yields
August 19, 2018

International and national experts initiated a dialogue on ‘Climate Reality – Threats, Responses and Opportunities in a Changing World

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Dialogues on National Climate Change Adaptation – Threats and Opportunities
Dialogues on National Climate Change Adaptation – Threats and Opportunities
August 18, 2018

International and national experts initiated a dialogue on ‘Climate Reality – Threats, Responses and Opportunities in a Changing World’, in an inaugural forum initiated by Dilmah

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