Environmental Law & Governance
Since the organisations inception in 1981, EFL has been a front runner in the fight for the rights of Sri Lanka’s rich biodiversity and environment.
Ecology & Wildlife Conservation
Over 50 conservation projects have been implimented throughout the years, ranging from the mitigation of coastal erosion and management, studies on climate change and wildlife conservation.
Over the past 10 years, EFL has been advocating corporate sustainability, and has been working with corporate bodies to promote sustainable development.
As a non profit public interest law group, EFL is committed to securing Sri Lanka’s environmental rights and protecting the environment through legal mechanisms.
EFL has implemented projects with the aim of protecting biodiversity, enhancing resource management and disseminating awareness on conservation issues.
The organisation also has a unique internship programme designed for those who want to pursue careers in the spheres of law and environment.
EFL In The News
Current Organisational Affiliations
EFL has a long history of working with national and international organisations for the protection of Sri Lanka’s biological history
Here is just an idea of what the organisation has handled over the years
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