Posted on 29 March 2021
2020 threw a spotlight on our fragile relationship with nature. But despite its challenges, 2020 reaffirmed that persistent conservation can help secure a future for tigers.
Reduced to just 5% of their range, the year of the tiger in 2022 will be an opportunity to redouble efforts and secure a future for wild tigers.
Take a look back at 2020 with Stuart Chapman, Lead of WWF's Tigers Alive Initiative, to see how WWF is helping to secure a future for tigers – for people and nature.