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May 10: Bringing Tigers Back from the Brink, a discussion hosted by CEI, Washington DC
Published on : Monday, May 06, 2013
Competitive Enterprise Institute is hosting a discussion on tiger conservation on May 10, 2013, at their office in Washington, DC. Barun Mitra of Liberty Institute will share his thoughts on the implications of reintroduction and rewilding of tigers, and their release in their natural habitat, based on the recent developments at the Panna Tiger Reserve in central India.
Who Hears The Tiger’s Roar?
Published on : Tuesday, November 23, 2010
The World Wide Fund For Nature wants to double the tiger population by 2022. It will have to move out of the business if this noble goal is to happen. The international ban on commercial trade in tiger products in 1987 and the internal ban introduced by China in 1993 were driven by the World Wide Fund For Nature. The international heavyweight lobbying of WWF is the biggest pressure harming tigers. Ironically, the plame is places upon everyone else by WWF. The Government plans to conserve tigers are just excuses to wreck the economy and widen the powers of the Government, writes Gavino in Ask Gavino.


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