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World Land Trust - Rainforest Conservation in Action

  • Elephant Corridor Appeal 


    The Elephant Corridor Appeal aims to raise £750,000 to extend and protect Mudahalli Corridor, an elephant migration route where the Eastern and Western Ghats meet in southern India.

  • Join Sir David Attenborough, Steve Backshall, Bill Oddie, Chris Packham and John Burton (WLT founder) to find out why supporting World Land Trust is beneficial for our natural world.


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  • Ranger Adrian. © Fundación Patagonia Natural.

    Keepers of the Wild 2020

    World Land Trust needs £750,000 to fund Keepers of the Wild until 2020. Will you help support the important work of wildlife rangers?

  • White-backed Stilts in the Pantanal

    Become a WLT Friend

    For as little as £5 a month, you can become a Friend of World Land Trust and help protect the natural world.

  • Who are the World Land Trust

    Who are we?

    World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation charity that takes direct action to save rainforest and other wildlife habitats.

  • Elephant in Southern India

    Conservation achievements

    Nearly half a million acres saved and a further 2.5 million acres under protection agreements.


Sir David Attenborough, WLT Patron

 Why I support WLT

"The money that is given to the World Land Trust, in my estimation, has more effect on the wild world than almost anything I can think of."

Hear why Sir David supports WLT »

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Belize Hurricane Emergency Appeal

Belize Hurricane Emergency Appeal

WLT has launched an emergency appeal to raise money for conservation partner Programme for Belize , which has suffered major damage from Hurricane Earl.

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Elephant Corridor Appeal

Elephant Corridor Appeal

WLT is working with Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) in an urgent bid to save Indian Elephants from extinction. The Elephant Corridor Appeal aims to raise £750,000 to extend and protect the Mudahalli Corridor.

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