STUDY: Protecting tigers is good for the climate

It's a triple win for tigers, the environment, and humanity.

STUDY: Protecting tigers is good for the climate
The number of wild tigers in India has slightly rebounded after decades of drastic decline.

A recent study has shown that India’s efforts to protect its endangered tigers have helped prevent more than a million metric tons of carbon emissions. Since 2007 the country designated 52 tiger reserves where logging and deforestation have been heavily regulated, almost 6,000 acres of habitat have been saved and the number of wild tigers has more than doubled from 1,500 to more than 3,000.

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