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  • Beyond the stripes: Save tigers, save so much more Brochure

    Beyond the stripes: Save tigers, save so much more (application/pdf, 9.04 MB)

    November 27, 2017

    This report highlights the importance of securing biologically rich tiger landscapes, which not only provide protection for the remaining wild tiger population, but also harbor critically important goods and services that millions of people rely on. Ranging from the world’s largest mangrove forests to temperate forests and snowy mountains, these landscapes mitigate climate change, safeguard freshwater, and reducing the impact of natural disasters.

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  • The Road Ahead: Protecting tigers from Asia's infrastructure development boom (application/pdf, 2.56 MB)

    November 23, 2016

    With massive infrastructure plans threatening all tiger landscapes and risking recent gains in tiger conservation, Asian governments must adopt a sustainable approach to infrastructure planning and construction or drive tigers toward extinction, according to a new analysis by WWF.

    Released at the halfway point of an ambitious global effort to double the number of wild tigers between 2010 and 2022, The Road Ahead: Protecting Tigers from Asia’s Infrastructure Development Boom highlights the unprecedented threat posed by a vast network of planned infrastructure across the continent.

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  • Global Tiger Status Brochure

    Global Tiger Status (image/jpeg, 4.5 MB)

    April 10, 2016

    For the first time in 100 years, tiger numbers are growing. Here's a look at where they're located.

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  • Tigers of the Transboundary Terai Arc Landscape Brochure

    Tigers of the Transboundary Terai Arc Landscape (application/pdf, 5.97 MB)

    September 30, 2014

    This publication is an outcome of the bilateral understanding between India and Neapl on transboundary illegal trade in wildlife conservation. 

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  • National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking (application/pdf, 504 KB)

    February 11, 2014

    The National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking establishes guiding principles and strategic priorities for US efforts to stem illegal trade in wildlife.

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  • Reduced to Skin and Bones: Revisited Brochure

    Reduced to Skin and Bones: Revisited (application/pdf, 1.17 MB)

    March 07, 2013

    An updated analysis of tiger seizures from 12 tiger range countries (2000-2012)

    In 2010, TRAFFIC produced Reduced to Skin and Bones: An Analysis of Tiger Seizures from 11 Tiger Range Countries (2000-2010) (Verheij, 2010). The purpose of the present report is to provide an updated situational analysis of the current illegal Tiger Pantherea tigris trade picture and to gain an improved understanding of one of the greatest threats to the Tiger's survival. This report also aims ot illustrate the need, use, practicability and direction that can be gained from the central collation and analysis of seizure data. Its conclusions outline the need for Tiger range and consumer countries to agree on and adhere to a standardized format for sharing and reporting data on poaching and illegal trade.

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  • Tigers on the Brink: Facing up to the Challenge in the Greater Mekong  Brochure

    Tigers on the Brink: Facing up to the Challenge in the Greater Mekong (application/pdf, 3.51 MB)

    August 23, 2012

    Spanning five of the world’s 13 tiger range states, the Greater Mekong region possesses the largest combined area of tiger habitat in the world today. Estimates vary significantly but it is thought there could be as few as 350 Indochinese tigers remaining in this region, down from roughly 1,200 in 1998.

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  • Don't Flush Tiger Forests Brochure

    Don't Flush Tiger Forests (application/pdf, 9.58 MB)

    February 08, 2012

    The lush rain forests on the Indonesian island of Sumatra suffer from what may be the world’s fastest deforestation rate, threatening the survival of species and causing massive carbon emissions. WWF found that two brands sold in the United States—Paseo and Livi—are made with paper from Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), which is responsible for more forest destruction in Sumatra than any other single company.

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