Fred Bagley on Endangered Tigers

Fred Bagley is project officer for the Asiaportions of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Wildlife Without Borders Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Fund and Great Ape Conservation Fund. In this capacity he works with international, regional, and local organizations on the conservation of the tiger, greater one-horned rhino, Javan rhino, Sumatran rhino, orangutan and gibbon. He has worked for … [Read more...]

Tom Lovejoy on Endangered Species

Conservation biologist Tom Lovejoy surrounded by the rainforest of Brazil EEJ INTERVIEW WITH TOM LOVEJOY: Tom Lovejoy has spent most of his life working on conservation issues and trying to save the rainforests. He was Assistant Secretary and Counselor to the Secretary at the Smithsonian Institution, Science Advisor to the Secretary of the Interior, and Executive Vice President of the … [Read more...]

Keshav Varma on Endangered Tigers (2)

Keshav Varma is the World Bank's Program Director for the Global Tiger Initiative (GTI), an innovative alliance and partnership platform of governments, international agencies, civil society, and the private sector united to save wild tigers from extinction. Mr. Varma has had a 30-year career as a senior servant and senior World Bank official, focused on complex urban policy issues, … [Read more...]

Keshav Varma on Endangered Tigers (1)

Keshav Varma is the World Bank’s Program Director for the Global Tiger Initiative (GTI), an innovative alliance and partnership platform of governments, international agencies, civil society, and the private sector united to save wild tigers from extinction. Mr. Varma has had a 30-year career as a senior servant and senior World Bank official, focused on complex urban policy issues, … [Read more...]

The Cost of Saving Tigers (and other Endangered Species)

Yesterday, I wrote in my Endangered Earth Journal about how ‘daunting’ the task of saving endangered species might be. This was based on the following: To save endangered species from extinction, there are two things you have to know: 1)      How many (or which) species are in danger of becoming extinct. 2)      What will it cost to keep each species from becoming extinct. As I wrote … [Read more...]



a Tiger Journal is Produced by Endangered Species Journalist Craig Kasnoff to Promote the Plight of Endangered Tigers

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