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27 February, 2015 - 17:55 -- World Land Trust
APH infographic (detail).
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World Land Trust (WLT) and long stay airport parking operator Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) are celebrating a 10 year partnership of protecting the world’s most biologically important and threatened habitats.

Since the partnership began in 2005, APH has supported WLT’s conservation work in Ecuador, saving more than 350 acres of threatened habited through a donation of £25,000 to WLT’s Buy An Acre fund.

APH has also ensured all unavoidable carbon emissions over the past 10 years have been Carbon Balanced with WLT.

Bill Oddie, TV Presenter and WLT Council member, says: “World Land Trust’s work is vital to help protect some of the most threatened wildlife habitats on earth, and corporate sponsors such as APH are incredibly important in helping WLT to reach their goals.”

To mark the 10th anniversary milestone, APH has designed an infographic of 25 facts highlighting the importance of protecting the planet’s wildlife and natural resources.

To view the 25 facts infographic click here » 
To view an APH infographic showing how the company has supported WLT click here »

More information

APH is the UK’s award winning long stay airport parking operator and booking agency, after winning the Best Airport Parking Company for a fifth year running at British Travel Awards 2014.

In 2015 APH celebrates its 34th year as a retailer and operator of pre-booked airport parking and travel extras. APH offers parking at all major UK airports as well as airport hotels packaged with parking and airport lounges. 

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