Reports

Find in-depth information about the Tx2 goal in the reports and scientific documents below.

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Annual Report 2018 – Doubling Wild Tigers 11 June 2019 | Tx2

WWF Tigers Alive has a strategic plan to achieve our metagoal of Tx2. Progress is tracked annually as part of our extensive programme of monitoring & evaluation.

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Judicial Workshop Report 24 April 2019 | Illegal Wildlife Trade

A summary report from a workshop on improving transparency and effective outcomes in wildlife crime cases from specialists in Asia and Africa regions.

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Life on the Frontline 13 February 2019 | Rangers

This publication, assessing Asian and African ranger welfare perceptions, is the largest of its kind ever conducted with an aim to influence policy changes by providing a tool and evidence for use in lobbying government agencies. The report contains global data from 17 countries surveyed

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Annual Report 2017 – Doubling Wild Tigers 20 April 2018 | Tx2

WWF Tigers Alive has a strategic plan to achieve our metagoal of Tx2. Progress is tracked annually as part of our extensive programme of monitoring & evaluation.

First comprehensive report on rehabilitation of tigers in Russia.
The Way of the Tiger 14 April 2018 | Russia

This new study provides a first comprehensive analysis of the Amur tiger’s evolving situation in terms of conflict with people, including conservation measures and results, as well as steps taken in resolving them.

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Safe Havens for Wild Tigers: A rapid assessment of management effectiveness against the Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards 28 February 2018 | CA|TS

A new survey of over a hundred tiger conservation areas, where an estimated 70% of the world’s wild tigers live, found that at least one-third of them are threatened by poorly-resourced management.

Save so much more by saving the King of the Jungle
Beyond the Stripes: Save tigers save so much more 27 November 2017 | Tx2

Saving the wild tiger can help to protect thousands of species and create value for millions of people in Asia.

A proposed Mae Wong Dam may do irreversible damage to one of the most important tiger habitats in Southeast Asia.
How Would Mae Wong Dam affect Forest and Wildlife? 08 September 2017 | Thailand

Six newborn tiger cubs have been recorded in Mae Wong and Klong Lan National Parks and the total number of tigers is 16. But a proposed Mae Wong Dam may do irreversible damage to one of the most important tiger habitats in Southeast Asia.

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An evaluative report on 2016 conservation efforts.
Annual Report 2016 – Doubling Wild Tigers 17 March 2017 | Tx2

WWF Tigers Alive has a strategic plan to achieve our metagoal of Tx2. Progress is tracked annually as part of our extensive programme of monitoring & evaluation.

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Anti-poaching In & Around Protected Areas – Training Guidelines for Field Rangers 09 February 2017 |

In the midst of a global poaching crisis, the launch of the comprehensive Training Guidelines for Field Rangers will provide anti-poaching units with a revolutionary resource to improve conditions and training on the front line. This is the first of its kind and a resource