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About WLT News Feeds
World Land Trust news feeds are free news updates with headlines, summaries and links to complete articles on the WLT website. By subscribing to one or more of our feeds you will receive updates the moment they are published on the website.
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You are welcome to use WLT's news feeds on your own website as long as the content is credited to the World Land Trust and the page includes a link back to the relevant news category. (For example, if you publish our press release news feed, please link to www.worldlandtrust.org/news/press-releases). See Content and Copyright for information on using other content and images from the WLT's websites.
News feeds, also known as RSS feeds, are similar to ordinary web pages, but are created for machines rather than for humans. By subscribing to a news feed you can see when a website has been updated without needing to visit the site. The feeds are read by a piece of software - a news reader, which displays the news to you as and when the feed is updated.
Choosing a news reader
You can choose between news readers that allow you to download news updates to your computer, tablet or phone, or web browser-based news readers which let you view your subscriptions online. A Web Search is the best way to find a reader that suits your requirements. Here is a small selection of available news readers: FeedReader, Feedly, Curata Reader, and a few tips for Microsoft Windows 7 users.
How to subscribe to a news feed
Once you have chosen a news reader, you can subscribe to a news feed by clicking the links above (). Depending on which news reader you use you may then be able to drag and drop the URL (web address) of the feed into the news reader. Alternatively you may need to cut and paste the address into the news feed section of the news reader.