As a pioneer environmental conservation organisation, EFL strives regularly to educate the citizens of Sri Lanka about protecting the environment. Conducting awareness sessions and workshops have given a platform for EFL to achieve this task and steward a more environmentally conscious citizenry in Sri Lanka.
The EFL team conducted a workshop on plastic pollution at the Moody’s on 16th October 2019. The workshop started with an overview of plastic and the growing spread of plastic.
The UN World Environment Day is celebrated every year on the 5th of June. In its honour and following this year’s theme, EFL conducted a workshop on air pollution to
In June 2019, EFL hosted a design thinking and rapid prototyping workshop together with its collaborator, Thuru, to find solutions for deforestation in Sri Lanka via technology. Thuru is a
On 16 March 2019, EFL’s legal team delivered a guest lecture to the MSc students in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colombo. The presentation
EFL Head of Legal, Anushka Gunawardena, presented at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC) on the 1st of March 2019 at the University of Oregon, USA. On the panel,
EFL had a wonderful interactive awareness session with the children of Ecole Française Internationale de Colombo (French International School of Colombo) in November 2018. While focusing on deforestation as the main
On 25 September 2018, EFL legal team spoke today at the orientation of the 2nd year LLB(Hons) law students at APIIT Law school. The session focused on environmental law, Sri
On the 29th of September 2018, EFL’s Head of Legal, Anushka Gunawardena, attended the Regional Judicial Dialogue of South Asian Judges on Women’s Human Rights and the Right to a
Last evening, EFL Director and Scientist, Dr. Sevvandi Jayakody presented at the Sub Aqua Club’s monthly gathering to discuss about marine conservation and about the importance of bar reefs