Yesterday, the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) launched its special report on climate change and land. The landmark report highlights how humans affect over 70 per cent of non-ice land surface of the globe. Intact forests now represent only a total nine per cent of Earth’s land surface and other natural intact ecosystems represent seven per cent.
To mark Global Tiger Day 2019 (29 July), we have released updated interactive maps of tiger crime incidents and facilities keeping them in captivity, giving insight into the existential crisis currently facing Asian big cats. There are fewer than 4,000 wild tigers on Earth today. While populations may be stable in some parts of their […]