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Conservation projects news from the World Land Trust. These posts relate to WLT projects in India.

  • 23 April 2008
    India is home to 60% of the remaining Asian elephant populations, making their survival in India critical to the survival of the whole species. It is for this very reason that the...
  • 07 April 2008
    A round-up of last year's activities by World Land Trust (in the UK and USA) in our conservation project areas around the world. Brazil Partner organisation: REGUA Land Pu...
  • 31 January 2008
    In a remote part of Meghalaya in north-east India, threatened Asian elephants are now being protected by the newly declared Siju-Aretika Village Reserve. The legal declarati...
  • 14 December 2007
    Common Langur (Semnopithecus entellus) Kirsty Burgess, WLT Conservation Programmes Manager, recently made a site visit to the Tirunelli-Kudrakote Elephant Corridor which is i...
  • 04 September 2007
    Willow elephants 'wandering' through Hyde Park to raise awareness of the threats facing the elephants in India. Today saw the launch of "Trunks meet Trunks"...
  • 03 August 2007
    Stripe-necked Mongoose. This Stripe-necked Mongoose was photographed recently in the new Tirunelli-Kudrakotte elephant corridor being purchased with funds from WLT in Kerala...
  • 19 March 2007
    WLT's partner, the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), have recently released six elephant calves in Manas National Park - this is the first time that elephants have been rehabilita...
  • 19 March 2007
    Evidence of the elephant presence: Footprints (top) and damage to trees. Click on the images to see larger versions. World Land Trust (WLT) is working with Wildlife Trust of...
  • 21 January 2007
    Summary The World Land Trust is now supporting three projects in the Atlantic forest of Brazil – one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world – working with REGU...
  • 20 June 2006
    Most of India’s 450 million women live in the countryside, where they rarely own land and have little economic power and yet, when motivated, they have within their power the...
  • 10 October 2005
    6-9pm, Thursday 27th October at Country & Eastern, Old Skating Rink Gallery Bethel Street, Norwich Launched in 2004, World Land Trust is working with the Wildlife Trus...
  • 30 November 2004
    Toomai of the Elephants is an extract from The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. The story takes place in India's Garo Hills, the area where the World Land Trust's Elephant C...
  • 30 November 2004
    Kirsty with an orphaned elephant. See a larger image here. (Use your back button to return.) A Journey to the Elephant Corridor of Garo Hills, India In November 2004 Kir...
  • 03 October 2003
    The World Land Trust (WLT) formally launched its new campaign to raise funds for elephant corridors in N E India, at a reception held in the Mall Gallery on the 30th September. The...
  • 20 June 2003
    Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and the WLT are working together to protect a natural elephant corridor in NE India. This is the first project the WLT has undertaken for the protecti...
  • 20 June 2003
    Indian Elephant, drawn by Priyanka Jena (11) from Ghaziabad India Protecting a wildlife corridor to save the Indian Elephant Elephant conservation - a first for the WLT In...

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