What is World Land Trust?
Founded in 1989, World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation charity that takes direct action to save rainforest and other wildlife habitats.
What have we achieved?
Thanks to WLT, nearly half a million acres of rainforest and other threatened habitat have been saved and a further 2.5 million acres are now under protection agreements.
Who are our patrons?
WLT’s Patrons are Sir David Attenborough, David Gower OBE, Chris Packham and Steve Backshall. More about our Patrons »
Where do we work?
WLT supports projects across Asia, Africa, Central and South America. WLT also owns one nature reserve in Gloucestershire in the UK. More about our projects »
How do we operate?
WLT works with overseas project partners to purchase land of high biodiversity value and manage it for conservation. WLT depends on public donations. More information »
Press enquiries contact details
World Land Trust staff are available to answer questions on WLT projects, initiatives and events and are happy to comment on many conservation issues. Contact WLT for more information »
WLT updates & resources
- News & Updates
All our news in one page
- Press releases
Official WLT news releases
Details of upcoming events organised by WLT
- Monthly eBulletin
The Trust's monthly email newsletter (online archive)
- Printed WLT News
The Trust's printed newsletter (available online as PDF)
- WLT in the News
WLT Press coverage
- News feeds
For up-to-the-minute news, subscribe to our RSS feeds
- WLT YouTube channel
Videos of project areas, site visits, events and appeals
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