World Bank, Global Tiger Initiative: Competing demands: Understanding and addressing the socio-economic forces that work for and against tiger conservation

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This paper took a fresh look at of the main socio-economic factors that influence the protection of tiger populations in the wild and the commercial consumption of their parts and products. It also draws attention to some areas of innovation and action that could play critical parts of a strategy to ensure a brighter future for wild tiger populations.
Paper - World Bank, Global Tiger Initiative: Competing demands: Understanding and addressing the socio-economic forces that work for and against tiger conservation
Wildlife: Tigers
Language: EN - English