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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.
Crouching Tigers, Hidden Dragons: Changing climate in China India relations
Published on : Thursday, August 12, 2010
The winds of change between the two giants could impact not only the environment but also politics. In this article published in the special issue (July-August 2010) of the "India China Chronicle", Barun Mitra looks at the possible implications of the cooperation between these two countries at the climate conference in Copenhagen, last year. Possibly, a much bigger opportunity lies in the field of wildlife conservation, particularly in saving the tiger.
Conditions of Zoos in India
Published on : Tuesday, July 11, 2000
The death of a dozen tigers at the Nandankanan Zoo in Bhubaneswar, has shocked the world. There are estimated to be only 7-7,500 of them left in the wild. Another couple of thousands may be in captivity in Zoos and circuses around the world. Sadly, even Zoos, the last refuge for some of the wild and endangered species is no longer safe for the animals. Unless serious lessons are drawn and drastic reforms in organisation of zoos, as well as changes in the Wildlife Protection Act, are initiated, the days of the tigers and many other wild animals in India will be truly numbered, says Barun Mitra in AIR Spotlight Programme


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