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TOFTigers Chairman’s comment The time is now: the time for irreversible change in our consumption and attitudes to the natural world is now:  A green future is not voluntary: The Pandemic has just ensured it must become mandatory. Pandemics result from […]

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Responsible community-based tourism models tend to have a direct impact on wildlife By Aly Rashid Outlook Traveller – April 20 2020 My first memories of a safari are in the Churna range of Bori Wildlife Sanctuary in the early 1990s. […]

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By Meera Bhardwaj, Express News Service -BENGALURU: Tiger reserves may sffoon open for tourism as the national tiger authority has released a series of guidelines. Veterinary and wildlife experts have welcomed the move, however, warn of the infection spread to […]

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Poaching cases in India went up 151% in lockdown: TRAFFIC Report –  “The predictable outcome of a lockdown, the need for food with ungulates taking the brunt, but good news that travel restrictions have hindered the wildlife trafficking trade” TOFTigers Chairman’s […]

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A morning at Ranthambhore – By Kahini Ghosh Mehta from Nature Wanderers

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TOFTigers Chairman’s comment This is a huge admission from one of the most powerful voices in conservation – that ecotourism is primates best hope. Its been my belief for 30 years now and too often tourism has been dismissed, diminished […]

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