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WLT Metal Water Bottle
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World Land Trust (WLT) is pleased to offer a new metal refillable water bottle in partnership with Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA).

The bottle is reusable which reduces waste and is fully recyclable at the end of its life. Each bottle sold supports the planting of a tree through WLT’s reforestation projects.

The bottle is engraved -
Front: WLT logo and the Metal Recycles Forever logo
Rear: World Land Trust is an international conservation charity which protects the world's most biologically important and threatened habitats acre by acre www.worldlandtrust.org

Height: 26cm
Capacity: 500ml
Suitable for both hot and cold drinks

£15.00 (inc. VAT @ 20%)

 
 
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Capercaillie (Blank) Cards by Greg Poole (1960 - 2018)
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Pack of 5 Cards
Blank for your own message
Envelopes supplied
14cm x 14cm

£4.50 (inc. VAT @ 20%)

 
 
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Action Fund
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Donations to the World Land Trust Action Fund have never been more important than now. The Action Fund allows to us to be flexible and react quickly when urgent conservation intervention is needed.

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Buy an Acre
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Habitat loss is the greatest threat facing wildlife worldwide. We believe that by protecting land, we are taking the best action to ensure a future for wildlife.

For every £100 donation, our selected overseas partners will be able to purchase one acre of habitat and protect it in perpetuity. Buy an Acre is currently supporting land purchase in Argentina.

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Plant a Tree
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Your donation will support tree planting and restore forests where lost in the past. Currently, native trees are being planted in Brazil, Borneo and Kenya.

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