❖ 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.
❖ The strong network of international environmental activists and organizations not only offer resources, knowledge and experience sharing, but also provides solidarity in facing environmental disputes.
❖ Youth Environmental Network composed of around 1200 members that actively participate in CEJ youth training camps, campaigns and field activities.
❖ Media network composed of 20 individual journalists that participate in every press conference and reports CEJ news. National and private media reports
❖ Digital communication tools such as the CEJ app, “ejustice”, and the CEJ hotline “0710396000” for reporting forest destructions
❖ Strong social media networks; FB with 7,867 followers, twitter with 62 followers, a web page and a CEJ news page.
❖ Strong working relationship with government institutions/ officials that participate in CEJ awareness and training programs and work closely in implementing ground level community activities.
❖ Vigilant groups dispersed throughout the country to communicate forest and other environmental damages that report environmental destructions to CEJ with immediate effect
❖ Rapid response system to address reported environmental destruction earlier possible.
❖ CEJ is the recognized private organization in Sri Lanka for conducting EIA training for both government and private institutional officers.