Ejustice

Abstracts-National Symposium on Human-Elephant Conflict in Sri Lanka

Foreword by Hemantha Withanage The Human-Elephant Conflict (HEC) is a serious socio-environmental problem in Sri Lanka today. During the last decade at least 200 elephants have killed annually and in 2020 it rose up to 318, which ranked Sri Lanka as...

Consummation of Human Elephant Conflict in Sri Lanka

NIMMI SANJEEWANI  (Attorney-at-Law) The Sri Lankan Elephant (Elephas Maximus Maximus) is the largest of the four Asian elephant subspecies that have a significant and iconic role in the culture, biological diversity, and ecological integrity...

Campaign Against Killing Elephants using Hakka Patas

Centre for Environmental Justice initiated an awareness campaign to educate people in the elephant habitats in the dry zone the danger of Hakka Patas, a bomb that use to blast the elephant mouth. In most cases elephants are the victim or Hakka Patas...

Category - Human Elephant Conflict

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