Although a great fan of the outdoors and avid supporter of the World Land Trust who buy land to conserve it in South America, Tony is a committed city dweller.
What does WLT stand for?
WLT stands for World Land Trust (environmental conservation; Halesworth, Suffolk, UK)
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We have 40 other meanings of WLT in our Acronym Attic
- Well Summary (drilling industry)
- Western Life Sciences Venture Fund LP (Lombard Life Sciences; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
- World Language School of Washington (Washington, DC)
- Washtenaw Land Trust
- Watch Listen Tell (music project)
- Weakest Link Theory
- Weapons Load Training
- Whatcom Land Trust (Bellingham, WA)
- Winning Lottery Ticket
- Work Leader Training
- Warwickshire Lawn Tennis Association (UK)
- Western Lawn Tennis Association (est. 1910)
- Wisconsin Land Title Association
- Wisconsin Library Trustee Association (Madison, WI)
- Women and the Law Textbook (listserv)
- Who Let the Dogs Out? (Baha Men album)
- Warrant Loss to Enlisted Status; Revocation of Appointment (US Navy)
- Water Loss Task Force
- Washington Leadership Training Institute (SkillsUSA)
- Who Links to Me (website)
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Auster, who has also raised over 900 pounds in sponsorship for the World Land Trust, was expecting the attempt to take over five hours to complete.
Potts has been carbon balancing its paper as a service to clients since last year, via a partnership with Howard Smith Paper Group, The Paper Co and the charity World Land Trust.
uk/chelsea) runs from May 25-29 at Royal Hospital, Chelsea, London continues in the World Land Trust exhibit, Saving the Atlantic Rainforest, a major hotspot and home to 20,000 plants species, 40% of which are endemic.
The opportunity is part of the park's attempts to get visitors to support the World Land Trust to help save miles of Brazilian Rainforest.
Designed to raise awareness of the plight of Asian elephants and the threat posed by man to their natural environment, the tour is a joint collaboration between the charity 'Elephant Family', The Royal Parks Foundation and the World Land Trust.
The World Land Trust, whose patron is Sir David Attenborough, invites you to buy a whole acre of Indian elephant corridor for £50, or 2,000m2 of the Chaco Pantanal in Brazil for £25.
A spokesman for Oxfam says they have listened to the concerns raised by people like John Burton of the World Land Trust, an organisation dedicated to helping save threatened habitats.