Whether you call it Global Tiger Day or International Tiger Day, 29 July has been designated an annual opportunity to celebrate the tiger and all it represents and to raise awareness of what we have to do to reverse decades of decline. There are an estimated 4,500* endangered wild tigers remaining across Asia, with seizures […]
New research by EIA has shown that the volume of trade of some of the most widely trafficked wildlife commodities – raw ivory, pangolin scales, rhino horn and tigers – is now resurging after being temporarily suppressed by the coronavirus pandemic
On the 17th December, the Daily Mail ran a story with gruesome images depicting tiger killing and trade at a captive tiger facility, reportedly sourced from a whistleblower at the Qinhuangdao Wildlife Rescue Centre in Hebei Province of China. According to the story, the whistleblower had shared the pictures and information with one of China’s leading independent national non-government organisations who circulated it on social media.