Researching the impacts of climate change on tigers back in 1998!


This article describes research by the University of Durham and WWF that Paul project managed whilst at WWF, on the impacts of climate change on the Siberian Tiger. At the time it was thought to alarmist if we looked at potential climate change impacts on the tiger population of the Sunder-bans in Bangladesh, a large lowland wetland area where people and tigers somehow manage to co-exist. Why alarmist? Because the impacts would be greater and acceptance of the science climate change was much less than it is today.

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