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Discover & Learn with the World Land Trust

Environmental Education REGUA

Discover & Learn is brimming with conservation and environmental information for teachers, students and graduates. It is part of an Education Programme run by World Land Trust (WLT) and is perfect for a teacher looking for educational resources, a student who would like to learn more about rainforests, or a graduate looking to begin a career in conservation.

 


Educational Resources

Educational Resources

Discover our range of fun and informative educational and fundraising resources on rainforests and wildlife conservation, designed for students' independent research and creative lesson plans for Key Stages 1 - 3.


Internships for Graduates

Internships for Graduates

Gain experience working for an international conservation organisation with WLT's six month voluntary internship for graduate students.


Species in WLT Reserves

Species in WLT Reserves

Read species fact files on some of the weird and wonderful animals and plants found in wildlife reserves protected by WLT funding.


Wildlife Webcams

Wildlife Webcams

Watch live footage from the rainforest on webcams in Ecuador and Brazil. Find out more about the webcams and the wildlife you can expect to see.


Podcasts

Podcasts

Listen to our podcasts and find out more about the conservation activities of WLT.


Virtual Tours

Virtual Tours

Experience a taste of what WLT partner reserves have to offer by taking one of our virtual tours that allow you to move around the reserve area almost as if you were there.


Fun & Games

Fun & Games

Have a go at some exciting rainforest games - complete the rainforest wordsearch, spot the difference and improve your score in the matching pair's game.


Links Directory

Links Directory

Find useful information in the WLT Links Directory on educational resources, environmental and conservation jobs, and the latest environmental news and events.

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