A rapid baseline survey of management in 112 sites in 11 tiger range countries, encompassing about 70% of the global wild tiger population. This summary report outlines the results and recommends some urgent actions to help secure wild tiger populations.
All the latest news from CA|TS sites and initiatives
The business plan outlines the actions required for the successful implementation of the CA|TS from 2018-2022.
The survey used to develop the Safe Havens for Wild Tigers report
The first step for sites to become part of CA|TS is to fill in the CA|TS engagement form and have this approved by the National Committee
The CA|TS Support Group is made up of organisations and institutions committed to supporting, promoting and implementing CA|TS and to working closely with government agencies responsible for supporting tiger conservation.
To become CA|TS Approved sites need to provide a dossier of information based on the CA|TS manual. This dossier is summarised in a simple assessment form.
A paper prepared for the CBD on how CA|TS can contribute to the implementation of international conventions, multilateral treaties, global initiatives and national action
Proceedings of the first CA|TS Global Meeting in 2015
See the CA|TS update for the latest news on CA|TS