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Saving pristine rainforest is the perfect green Christmas gift

13 December, 2010 - 14:19 -- World Land Trust
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Make this Christmas truly special by buying acres with the World Land Trust to save threatened habitat and protect wildlife Up to 31 December you can buy an acre of rainforest in Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador and Paraguay for just £50, or half an acre for only £25. This is the perfect green Christmas gift – it will even solve the dilemma of finding a present for the person who has everything.

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Save Rainforest this Christmas: Buy a Gift Acre

It is quick and easy to buy an acre of pristine rainforest, either online or over the phone. Those receiving your gift will get a Gift Pack brimming with information, including a personalised Christmas card, a certificate detailing how the donation has saved an area of rainforest and the latest copy of our mini-magazine, WLT News. Buying acres with the World Land Trust (WLT) truly does mean buying real acres, in real places. WLT is an international conservation charity that takes direct action to protect threatened habitats, having already saved over 400,000 acres for wildlife. Sir David Attenborough, WLT’s Patron, said:

“The World Land Trust's policy of buying land is the most direct and certain road to conservation. It deserves the support of all who care about the survival of the wild places of the world.”

Unfortunately due to the rapid escalation in land prices, buying an acre will rise to £100 on January 1, 2011. So don’t miss your last chance to buy an acre for just £50 – donate now and save more acres of the world’s most threatened rainforest.

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Buy your Green Christmas Gift today and save habitat for threatened wildlife

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