Conservation Assured/Tiger Standards (CA|TS) Partnership
The Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS) survey is the first and largest rapid assessment of site-based tiger conservation across Asia. CA|TS was developed by tiger and protected area experts. Officially launched in 2013, CA|TS is an important part of Tx2, the global goal to double wild tiger numbers by the year 2022.
CA|TS is a set of criteria which allows tiger sites to check if their management will lead to successful tiger conservation. CA|TS is organised under seven pillars and 17 elements of critical management activity.
Currently there are two sites that are CA|TS approved; Chitwan National Park in Nepal and Sikhote-Alin Nature Reserve in Russia.
Topics: Chitwan National Park • Conservation-reliant species • Endangered species • Narayani Zone • National symbols of India • Panthera • Province No. 3 • Provinces of Nepal • Sikhote-Alin • Subdivisions of Nepal • Tiger • Tx2
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