News and Events

MOU signed between Sri Lanka Carbon Fund and Sri Lanka Sustinable Energy Authority
09th December 2015

MOU signed between Sri Lanka Carbon Fund and Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority for the Project Management, monitoring reporting and verification for the Promoting Sustainable Biomass Energy Production and Modern Bio-Energy Technologies.


CEO of SLCF, Mr. Buddhika Hemashantha had an interview with Daily Mirror on 01st December 2015 in the "Climate Change and Sri Lanka How big a threat ?"
01st December 2015:


According to Margaret Gardner from the Guardian reporting in 2013, “In the next 55 years the greatest threat to Sri Lanka will be not from war, but from climate change. Sri Lanka is particularly vulnerable to rising sea levels and weather-related disasters have the potential to set back any gains made in agriculture, fisheries and even services such as tourism”
[More info : http://www.dailymirror.lk/97473/climate-change-and-sri-lanka-how-big-a-threat]


ACCF Grants USD 1.35 Million to Enhance Climate Finance Readliness in Cape Verde, Kenya and Swaziland.
16th November 2015:


CEO of SLCF, Mr. Buddhika Hemashantha participates for the panel discussion with French Development Agency on 17th Oct 2015.

At the panel discussion: Zhuo Cheng, Buddika Hemashantha, CEO, Sri Lanka Carbon Fund, Kapila Subasinghe, K. S. Popli, Yatin Kundra, CIO Proparco, Kamal Dorabawila, PIO International Finance Corporation and Gregory Villeneuve, FDA, Sri Lanka and the Maldives.

[For more info :
http://www.island.lk/index.php?page_cat=article-details&page=article-details&code_title=133722]


Agreement signed between Sri Lanka Carbon Fund (SLCF) and World Bank for the Carbon Partnership Facility (CPF for NCRE in Sri Lanka.)


CEO of SLCF, Mr. Buddhika Hemashantha participates for the panel discussion with French Development Agency on 17th Oct 2015.