Tigers in more than one-third of protected areas surveyed are severely at risk of dying out

The survey of more than 100 tiger conservation areas, where an estimated 70% of the world’s wild tigers live, found that only 13% of them are able to meet global standards—according to a joint statement from the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) and Conservation Assured Tiger Standards (CATS), an accreditation system designed to measure … Continue reading Tigers in more than one-third of protected areas surveyed are severely at risk of dying out