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Airport Parking and Hotels expands partnership with World Land Trust

World Land Trust works with its network of conservation partners around the world to purchase wildlife-rich habitats and to prevent under-threat areas from being cleared for agriculture or development.

Multi-award-winning airport parking specialists Airport Parking and Hotels (APH.com), has expanded its partnership with conservation charity World Land Trust to raise funds for its landmark ‘Buy an Acre’ programme and to help permanently protect threatened habitats.

For every airport parking booking made through www.aph.com/worldlandtrust from 1 August 2022, APH will donate up to 20% of the booking value to World Land Trust to put towards purchasing acres of habitat through its overseas partners.

World Land Trust works with its network of conservation partners around the world to purchase wildlife-rich habitats and to prevent under-threat areas from being cleared for agriculture or development. Current Buy an Acre projects are protecting land in Argentina’s Somuncurá Plateau and Gran Chaco, the Dakatcha Woodland in Kenya and the Brazilian Atlantic Forest.

Nick Caunter, Managing Director of Airport Parking and Hotels (APH.com) said, “APH has worked closely with World Land Trust for many years to help protect threatened forest habitats in various parts of the world. Travel brings unavoidable carbon emissions, and we are always looking for ways to balance these emissions by actively reducing our carbon footprint and to help raise funds for important programmes such as World Land Trust’s Buy an Acre scheme. By booking through this partnership, APH customers can help raise funds and know they are travelling to the airport with minimum impact to the environment.”

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