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Conservation International and National Geographic Traveler announce World Legacy Awards

ers will be announced this autumn on national television and honored at a gala awards ceremony. They will also be featured in National Geographic Traveler magazine, as well as the websites of CIs Ecotravel Center and National Geographic Traveler. The awards will attract international attention with the assistance of National Geographic Societys reach through its expeditions, television, books, maps, and foreign editions.

In its April issue, National Geographic Traveler will announce the partnership and the creation of the new award to its four million international readers.

To learn more about the World Legacy Awards, visit www.wlaward.org and http://www.ecotour.org or send an email to http://worldlegacy@conservation.org. You may also write to: World Legacy Awards, Conservation International, 1919 M Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20036, USA. Deadline for applications is July 15, 2002.


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Contact: Brad Phillips
b.phillips@conservation.org
202-912-1532
Conservation International
25-Mar-2002


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