SUBSCRIPTION OF SRI LANKA GREEN FILE - YEAR 2009/10
We, at the Sri Lanka Environmental Journalists Forum(SLEJF) bring you the wealth of information on environment and sustainable Human Development related news from Sri Lanka. We are unmatched in this area and bring you a comprehensive publication - Sri Lanka Green File.
This file is monthly updates on the critical environmental issues and is compiled by Dharman Wickremaratne. SLEJF is an independent, public interest media organization established in 1987, with support from the Sri Lanka Government,UN-ESCAP, UNEP and Media related bodies. SLEJF's mandate is to training,communicate and promote sustainable human development with equity, participation and democracy.
Sri Lanka Green File is conceived as part of Sri Lanka Environmental Journalists Forum(SLEJF) periodicals series. We got a tremendous response for our Sri Lanka Green File which is being published every month for more than seventeen years.Sri Lanka Green File is published monthly to promote environmental awareness and to serve as a vehicle for the dissemination of environmental and Sustainable Human Development Information to the national and international audience. It is
distributed to the UN Agencies, Government Departments,INGO's,Development Agencies,NGO's,University Libraries,Research Centers,Citizen's Groups based in
national and internationally.Sri Lanka Green Files which are released every month are
compilations of environment related news,analyses,articles etc., from the following leading national Daily and English Weekly newspapers published in Sri Lanka.
01. Daily News
02.The Sunday Times
03. Daily Mirror
05. The Island
06.The Sunday Leader
07. The Morning Leader
08. The Sunday Island
09. Sunday Observer
10. Lakbima News
You can know how the Sri Lanka is changing ,the environment..................
Bio Diversity, Eco Tourism,
Conflicts, Children, Forests ,Culture, Heritage,
Climate Change, Health, Media, Natural Disasters
Water, Wetlands, Wild life, Agriculture
Education for sustainable development
Air, water, soil, Bio diversity
Energy , Environmental education, Health
Industries, Natural disasters, Pollution
Communication, education and Public Awareness etc.,
News , events, analyses, debates as reported by the leading newspapers
We have continued this service for nearly 18 years and a growing number of national and international organizations (including UN, INGOs, NGOs, World leading libraries,world Universities, Development Agencies, Donor Agencies, Industries etc.)
make use of these compilations.All the items included in this are from the English language press in
Sri Lanka and it is not only an indispensable possession for a general awareness but is a must for all those who care for future generations. Hence Its an essential data bank for environmentalists who want to have the information readily available.
The Sri Lanka Green File continues to index the nation's environmental record month after month and we would offer to your institution the opportunity of entering into an annual subscription in favour of Sri Lanka Green File which will entitle you to receive 12 consecutive issues and enlighten
yourself on burning environmental issues of Sri Lanka through the Sri Lanka Green file
a monthly compilation of news clippings. If a recipient requires additional information on any of the items appearing in any issue,SLEJF can arrange for souring and forwarding of such information as a free service
The annual International subscription(12 Issues) rates are:
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All cheques should be drawn in favour of Sri Lanka Environmental Journalists Forum(SLEJF) and forwarded to the above address or the payment could be made by telegraphic Transfer to the Account of SLEJF.
DETAILS OF THE SLEJF BANK ACCOUNT:
Account Name: Sri Lanka Environmental Journalists Forum
Bank : Sampath Bank , Borella
Account Number: 0004 - 6000 - 0084
Bank Swift Cord : BSAMLKLX
Bank Address: Sampath Bank,
1022 Maradana Rd
Sri Lanka Environmental Journalists Forum (SLEJF) is the only professional media organization in Sri Lanka which specializes in environment and sustainable human development issues.Its membership, now nearing 900, comprises of journalists and Editors and media professionals etc.
attached to various organizations of the print and electronic media. With a fully equipped secretariat employing 11 staff members, the SLEJF carefully monitors media and the trends and conditions in
Sri Lanka's environmental scene. This information is stored in the national environmental information centre at the SLEJF secretariat which is open to all interested parties.
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