Science Needs Women So Let Her STEM

Did you know that globally women amount to only about a quarter of the workforce in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), and that men vastly outnumber women majoring in most STEM fields in universities? The gender gaps are particularly high in some of the fastest-growing and highest-paid jobs such as IT and engineering. How […]

Sustainability Labs Partners with ULTRA X Sri Lanka 2022

Sustainability Labs is pleased to announce its partnership with Ultra X Sri Lanka, which is going to be held between the 21st to 25th March 2022. 60 participants from 20 countries will be joining this endurance race covering 250 kilometers close to Udawalawe National Park The organizers have tasked Sustainability Labs with measuring carbon footprint, […]


Parakramabahu, the king of the kingdom of Polonnaruwa (1153-1186), never failed to see the array, beautification, and the capability of expanding his kingdom. Being the main man behind the extensive system of irrigation, he also reformed and improved Buddhist practices, appreciated the beauty of art, and also maintained a good relationship with South India and […]

Impact of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Cities

Climate Change happens in two different forms. One of course is due to human activities and because of the long-term changes in the climate itself.; because of the greenhouse effect and the resulting global warming, as well as rising carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas levels. Climate change is anticipated to result in higher temperatures, […]

Sustainability Labs and Good PR partner to bring sustainability to Events & PR in Sri Lanka

The climate-tech startup Sustainability Labs has partnered with the leading digital PR agency Good PR with the aim of introducing sustainability-based Events & PR to the Sri Lankan market. Sustainability Labs strives to become a leading climate-tech startup, capable of providing end-to-end sustainability services and solutions that aim to calculate, reduce and offset. Currently, Sustainability […]

X-Press Pearl incident: 1,000 tonnes of debris removed from coastline – MEPA

The Marine Environment Protection Authority (MEPA) has collected over 1,000 tonnes of debris from the southern coast supported by the Tri-Forces to minimise adverse impacts that the MV X-Press Pearl incident is causing the country. The operation was coordinated by the MEPA to clean 200 km from the North Western coastline to the Southern coastline. […]