By Raj Moorthy Dilmah, the only Sri Lankan tea brand that has established a presence in 100 countries, is setting up the world’s first Climate Research Station at Queensberry Estate in Nawalapitiya. This was revealed by Dilmah Tea CEO and … Continue reading
A sustained program of research under AgMIP (Agricultural Model Inter-comparison and Improvement Project) has led to the implementation for climate, crop, and economic models for rice agricultural systems in Sri Lanka. Research under this program included generating future climate projections, … Continue reading
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Tagged A A I Gunesekara, A Ahmad, A E N Wijekoon, A Karunaratne, A S M P M B Agalawatte, AgMIP, AgMIP Chapter, B Gangwar, B V R Punyawardhene, C M Navaratne, C Z Mutter, Climate Change, Climate Change Impacts, Climate Change Impacts on Rice Farming Systems in Northwestern Sri Lanka, cynthia rosenzweig, D Guntuku, D I Herath, D Wallach, FECT, Handbook of Climate Change and Agroecosystems, J Gunaratna, J Kihara, J Vishwanathan, J W Jones, jerry l hatfield, K D N Weerasinghe, K P C Rao, L Zubair, P Delpitiya, P Gajanayake, P Masikati, P Paramasivan, P Wickramagamage, R M Herath, S G K Adiku, S P Nissanka, S S K Chandrasekara, S Z Yahiya, T M R S Perera, W M W Weerakoon, Y Beletse
PI contributes to South Asia Biosafety Meeting on Climate Change The PI was invited to present on the implications of climate change at the South Asia Meeting on Biosafety organized by the International Life Sciences Institute with funding from USAID. … Continue reading
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Tagged A.R.M. Cader, Asia Biosafety Meeting, Climate Change, climate indicators, climate models, ERA Conference (Colombo 2014), global climate models, International Life Sciences Institute, Minister Susil Premajantha, Ministry of Environment and Renewable Energy, South Asia, U.S. Department of Agriculture, US Embassy in Colombo, USAID.