Our Mission

“Protect the equal environmental rights of the people & environment and promote ecological sustainability by supporting ecologically sound community activities”

To make this a reality, CEJ will work on four focus areas.

Our strengths

  • Qualified, active and dedicated full-time staff and associated members that represents different gender and ethnic groups
  • National partner organizations and being a member of the environmental organizations’ network builds solidarity in addressing environmental issues. For example the SLCFAN
  • Members of CEJ dispersed throughout the country give CEJ the opportunity to work in any area of the country.

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The National report on Highly Hazardous pesticides in Sri Lanka is based on the field surveythat conducted by Centre for environmental Justice with the financial ...
Human-elephant conflict is very widespread in Sri Lanka. It is currently reported from over half the country and almost the entire dry zone. On the ...
What are the long-term effects? Have we claimed compensation? Are we about to lose an estimated 10 billion USD worth of compensation? Why are we ...
The foundation to the EIA process was laid in United Statesduring 1970s. With the influence, Sri Lanka also adopted its EIA procedure in 1993under the ...
A publication consisting of articles, commentaries, case reviews, and book reviews submitted by invited authors from across South Asia. These contributions show a rich cross ...