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Press Releases

Official news releases from the World Land Trust (WLT). Visit the Press Information section of our website for more WLT information for the press.

  • 05 March 2003
    What would Easter be without chocolate? This year the World Land Trust is giving you an opportunity to save a piece of tropical rainforest and sample some of the world's fine...
  • 01 February 2003
    A single red rose received on Valentine's Day. What could be nicer? Only receiving a whole bunch of red roses. That is, until you look at the price tag for the beloved...
  • 16 October 2002
    The new rainforest - the orange dots show the border with the existing reserve, and the yellow dots show the extent of the new land purchased. See larger image. (Use your back b...
  • 09 October 2002
    The Burrowing Parrot of South America, is a widespread and often very abundant species. So abundant that it is often considered a pest, and shot. But could it be endangered? The C...
  • 03 October 2002
    First sighting of Puma on the Estancia la Esperanza (Ranch of Hopes) in Patagonia The Estancia la Esperanza was acquired by conservationists over two years ago, and although footp...
  • 17 June 2002
    ECOTRUST Uganda is a dynamic new conservation organisation that provides funding for environmental and conservation initiatives in Uganda. The Chief Executive of the World Land Tru...
  • 06 June 2002
    A new and exciting fundraising initiative of international conservation charity, the World Land Trust was the reason behind celebrations at Lord's Cricket Ground on May 7th. Ho...
  • 07 March 2002
    The World Land Trust's only UK project and location of its "Trees for Peanuts" scheme, is starting to undergo rapid development with the help and hard work of the Bri...
  • 01 March 2002
    Using new and innovative ideas for fundraising, pupils of Kingsbrook School near Milton Keynes have raised £1,000 for the World Land Trust's Patagonia Project. One ide...
  • 28 February 2002
    Amongst the negative press that currently surrounds Argentina, there is still some good news. Despite financial struggle, World Land Trust partners, Fundación Patagonia Natu...
  • 13 October 2000
    The World Land Trust is urgently raising funds to create a 20,000 acre reserve in the coastal steppe of Patagonia. The reserve is being established to protect a wide range of the r...
  • 27 June 2000
    On 30th June 2000, the ownership of Wyld Court Rainforest Limited will transfer from the World Land Trust to a new company, The Living Rainforest, set up by Karl Hansen. Karl, who...


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