Tigers are in jeopardy. Conservation struggles in many ways. The same goes for law enforcement.
Two elements are vital in creating better conditions for tigers, in the wild and in captivity. One is politics. Politicians must be able to create the funds for conservation and law enforcement. The management of the important elements in saving tigers is also one of the conditions. Like conservation, awareness and law enforcement.
Below you can find articles about these conditions.
Politics are vital, although nobody wants to hear this. But without political support or back-up all conservation measures to be taken can’t be seen as structural and sustainable. Politicians must be aware of the situation of nature, must have the vision to lay the foundation of nature conservation and must provide the funds for making it possible.
Management seems a buzz word. But the importance of good management is crucial for results. We need to have better management in wildlife conservation, just as well as we need better management in law enforcement.
Below you can find a number of articles about these conditions.
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Ban on private ownership of big cats - US senators, alarmed by 'Tiger King', introduce legislation to ban unlicensed ownership of tigers…More
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The Pilibhit Tiger Reserve (PTR), which was hitherto known for man-tiger conflict, has finally managed to turn around the situation with awareness…More
As it fights the wildlfire, Similipal Tiger Reserve (STR)’s woes are compounded by large-scale vacancies across the vertical, leaving the territorial and…More
As wildfires continue to rage the forests across Odisha, the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) on Wednesday alerted the State government to…More
Government of Maharashtra is taking various steps to curb tiger and leopard mortality in the State under the supervision of National Tiger…More