Living with Tigers: How to manage coexistence for the benefit of people and tigers

The Living with Tigers report is in many respects a direct response to a considerable conservation success story, which is that wild tiger populations are on the rise following a 2010 agreement by tiger range countries and their partners to double the global population of the species by 2022. This recovery has been highly uneven though, with South Asia accounting for the vast majority of this increase.

If governments intend to secure their tiger recoveries over the long-term— or further expand these gains—they will need to drastically reimagine and expand their coexistence approaches. It will also require integrating tiger conservation into the human development agenda, with Indigenous peoples and local communities, and social science experts playing leading roles in bringing this to fruition.