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

The Road Ahead for Tigers 22 November 2016 |

Wednesday, 23 November, marks the halfway point of the Tx2 campaign to double the number of wild tigers by 2022. Launched in 2010 at the Tiger Summit in St Petersburg, the ambitious collaborative effort has resulted in some significant progress. But these gains are

Reduced to Skin and Bones Re-examined 16 November 2016 |

This report is released on the eve of the international conference on illegal wildlife trade taking place in Hanoi 17-18 Nov 2016, to show issues of varying degrees across all the 13 Tiger range countries.

Ranger Insurance Report 2016 02 August 2016 | Rangers

The first ever global ranger insurance survey paints a worrying picture about the lack of long-term insurance for government rangers.

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CA|TS Manual 08 June 2016 | CA|TS

The mission, vision, and strategy of Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS). A guide to ensure Protected Areas for tigers are truly secured. Last updated on June 2018.

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Global Wild Tiger Status 2016 11 April 2016 | Tiger Census

Based on best available data, there are now close to 3,900 wild tigers globally. This document details each country’s tiger numbers.

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Annual Report 2015 11 January 2016 | Tx2

The WWF Tigers Alive Initiative 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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Symposium: Towards Zero Poaching in Asia 06 February 2015 | Nepal

2nd – 6th February 2015: The Symposium Towards Zero Poaching in Asia was held in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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Zero Poaching 11 January 2015 | Zero Poaching

The mission, vision and strategy of Zero Poaching

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Ranger Perceptions: Asia 10 January 2015 | Rangers

The first in a series of reports that aim to shed light on the working conditions and motivations of rangers.

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Reintroducing Tigers to the Eastern Plains of Cambodia 09 January 2015 | Cambodia

Tigers are functionally extinct in Cambodia. WWF supports tiger reintroduction into Cambodia’s Eastern Plains Landscape as a technically and ecologically feasible solution to recovering the region’s tiger population.