Conserving Marine Life and Heritage in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s waters are home to an astounding array of plant and animal life. While coastal ecosystems are typically associated with coral reefs, shipwrecks, which have been unintentionally scattered in the sea, also transform into unique habitats for many marine flora and fauna that find refuge in the various nooks and crevices.


Blue Carbon

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Kayankerni Reef

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Dugong Conservation

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Beach Caretaker Programme

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  • Played a key role in partnership with the Department of Wildlife to gazette and change the conservation status of the Kayankerni Reef


  • Recognized as one of two leading corporate organizations committed to the conservation of coastal and marine communities of Sri Lanka by the Marine Environmental Protection Authority (MEPA)


  • Collected and properly disposed 9244 kg of waste through the Beach Caretaker Programme since October 2019
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021