Queen Noor's Support | WWF
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Queen Noor's Support

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Queen Noor's Support

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"More and more, every decision you make, as an individual or as a family, has a direct impact on the health of our planet. The way we all live our lives - the products we buy, the food we eat, the transport we use — determine what kind of world we will leave for our children and for our children's children.

Your choice is simple — do you want to be part of the solution or part of the problem? Can you — one person, one family — really make a difference? Yes, I believe you can!

Leading Hotels of the World and WWF have developed a simple yet innovative way for you to help protect our environment. Check Out for Nature gives you and every guest staying at a Leading Hotel of the World the opportunity to make a real difference to our planet.

As someone who has been passionately involved in the environmental movement for many years, and is a trustee of WWF International, I am extremely pleased by the fact that there has been an increasing recognition of the importance of conservation all around the world.

WWF’s optimistic and persevering mission to protect our natural environment and to build a world where people live in harmony with nature is built on its successful international programmes and campaigns. Its actions are based on solid scientific information and research. For more than 40 years, WWF’s passion, commitment and inspiring projects have made it the most recognized independent conservation organization on Earth.

I hope you share my wish to ensure a living planet for the generations to come and support Check Out For Nature. At the end of your stay, just one US dollar (or equivalent in local currency) will be added to your bill. Your hotel will then donate your dollar to WWF, actively managing 2.000 local projects all over the world.

Check Out For Nature is an ambitious but simple way to help WWF and I thank you personally for your help in protecting and preserving the magnificent diversity of life on our wonderful Earth.

Thank you."