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Minister of Environment 

Hon. Mahinda Amaraweera

Secretary for the Ministry Environment & Wildlife Resources

Mr. A.H.S. Wijesinghe

Secretary attending the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification held in Guyana 2019.

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Awareness workshop on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Valuation at Rajarata University of Sri Lanka on 18.12.2018

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Sri Lanka became a signatory to the United Nation Convention on Biological Diversity (UNCBD) in 1992 and it was ratified in 1994. The Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment is the National Focal Point (NFP) to the

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ICRAF to Address Sri Lanka’s Food Security Issues Originated through Climate Change Impacts

Among the countries severely affected by adverse impacts of climatic change, Sri Lanka has been ranked fourth in the Global Climate Risk Index for the year 2018. Considering the challenges of climate change, Sri Lanka has given special emphasis on formulating activities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, strengthen country's climate change adaptive capacity as well as capacity building of vulnerable sectors and communities.

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