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SLYCAN Trust and Member of Parliament Venerable AthuraliyeRathana partook at a symposium on “Mindful Easting” organised by Humane Society International in collaboration with IOGT VIỆT NAM and GIÁO HỘI PHẬT GIÁO VIỆT NAM held at the Vietnam Buddhist Institute of Hanoi. A few of the key speakers at this event
(Meatless Monday pop-up stall featuring Fit Sugar at the Good Market) To create a wider outreach and to carry forward the important message of leading sustainable and meatless lifestyles to a substantial audience, the Meatless Monday Sri Lanka campaign hosted a stall at the Saturday Good Market that was held
(Ms. Iyanthi Kulaitlaka speaking on the importance of adopting sustainable lifestyles)Meatless Monday Sri Lanka took its outreach campaign to Chilaw on the 17th of November 2018 to create awareness on the importance of shifting to meatless and sustainable lifestyles to mitigate climate change impacts among other environmental and health benefits.
(Students from the medical faculty of University of Colombo with their winning vegan chocolate cake)To celebrate World Vegan Day on the 1st of November, and to create awareness on the importance of going meatless and the need for a shift towards meatless lifestyle options, Meatless Monday Sri Lanka along with Mount
(Cooking demonstration by Chef Publis Silva) The National conference on Sustainable Food Consumption and Production was held on the 22nd of October, 2018 at the Mount Lavinia Hotel.  It was organized by Humane Society International in collaboration with SLYCAN Trust, Meatless Monday Sri Lanka and Mount Lavinia Hotel. Hoteliers, restaurateurs, food
(Group Discussions taking place at the Youth Forum) SLYCAN Trust in partnership with the Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment, Climate Change Secretariat, Humane Society International and Meatless Monday Sri Lanka organised the Global Youth Forum on Climate Change, as part of the “Sri Lanka NEXT - a Blue Green
(Mr. Namiz Musafer, Consultant to Switch-Asia Project speaking on sustainable consumption and production) A lecture series on Climate Change Communication and how sustainable consumption and production could contribute to addressing climate change impacts was introduced to the Sri Lanka College of Journalism. The lecture series was organised by SLYCAN Trust,
(Ms. Buddhika Ranadheera educating the audience on the importance of shifting to sustainable lifestyles)As part of the Meatless Monday island wide outreach program, the Meatless Monday Sri Lanka campaign took its team members to Hambantota, to spread the message of sustainable and meatless lifestyles. A Youth Camp was organised in
(Ms. Buddhika Ranadheera distributing Meatless Monday promotional material among the workshop participants)Representatives of the Meatless Monday Sri Lanka was invited to take part in the Youth4Youth National Symposium that was held from 12th to 15th September at Digana, Kandy. Meatless Monday Sri Lanka campaign conducted an awareness session to the