Ladakh mountain Homestay

Sustainable travel has an image problem. Let’s fix it livemint Neha Dara Harder, more expensive, less special and appealing—these are some of the attributes travellers associate with sustainable choices Here are fun ideas like stargazing with villagers in Ladakh and […]

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ALL INDIA TIGERS CENSUS NUMBER UP : TIGERS NOW WORTH FAR MORE ALIVE THAN DEAD With Today’s publication of the All India Tiger Census by the Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister – on Global Tiger Day –  with a 33% rise […]

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Corbett Lodge

Corbett Lodge Sustainability Workshop TOFTigers in late April conducted a most successful Lodge Training Workshop on Sustainability called Driving the Change in collaboration with a TOFTigers PUG Outstanding rated lodge, the Aahana, The Corbett Wilderness. The invitation was extended to […]

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Sanctuary Anish Andheria

Five reasons the planet’s climate depends on forests It is clearer than ever that immediate and drastic action is required to slow the rate of climate change. While urgent action is needed, it is also clear that forests, particularily tropical […]

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Local participation key to better conservation: Study Hindustan Times – Jayashree Nandi This intriguing fact, and the reasons for it, are investigated in a recent ethnographic study conducted through several interviews by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and the Norwegian Institute […]

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UNWTO report finds little commitment to sustainability in most national tourism policies By Xavier Font. The Baseline Report on the Integration of Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns into Tourism Policies, developed by UNWTO and UN Environment, reviews the sustainability content in 101 national tourism […]

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Valmik Thapar speaking at the TOFTigers Wildlife Tourism Awards in 2018, highlights the value of tourism, and a format in which its works, as a future vision.

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TOFTIGERS helps BOOKDIFFERENT.COM TO DRIVE INDIA’s TIGER DESTINATION SUSTAINABILITY With the Indian subcontinent now able to protect its once rapidly diminishing Tiger populations from extinction – helped significantly by ‘Tiger-nomics’, the conservation dependant rural economies they are now creating from […]

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Tourism’s Potential For Conservation When well-managed, tourism, unlike most industries, can create a thriving economy that is not dependent on the one-time consumption of natural resources – one where the local communities can become active partners both in tourism and […]

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(Article first published in Sanctuary Asia April 2019. Download here) Can India afford not to save its tigers? Julian Matthews explains why the economies behind tigers play a critical — yet a largely unrecognised role — in India’s conservation efforts […]

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