EIA’s Tiger Campaign works for the recovery of wild tiger populations by advocating the dismantling of transnational criminal networks involved in illegal trade, pressing for better legislation and the protection of their habitat and exposing the role of tiger farming in stimulating demand and thus poaching of wild tigers.
Protecting tigers is central to EIA’s work. Since its launch in the mid-1990s, our Tiger Campaign has worked resolutely to help save tigers from extinction by:
- disrupting the transnational criminal networks involved in the illegal tiger trade
- exposing the role of tiger farming in stimulating demand for tigers and the poaching of wild tigers
- campaigning for better legislation and the protection of big cats, including tigers and leopards.