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Getting Climate-Smart with the Royal Bengal Tiger in Bhutan

11 Dec 2020

This brief is one of three in a series that also includes the mountain gorilla and the snow leopard, produced under the Vanishing Treasures programme. Its goal is to highlight how climate change is – and will be – impacting the conservation of the Royal Bengal tiger in Bhutan.

The brief examines how climate change has multiple, and often interacting, impacts on the Royal Bengal tiger – be it on its physiology, on the ecosystems and prey species on which it depends, or on the behaviour of humans living in its surroundings – with important feedback loops that directly the conservation of this magnificent animal.

Status: Completed

Type: Brochures and Briefs

Author: United Nations Environment Programme, GRID-Arendal

Year of publication: 2020

Publisher: UNEP

Place of publication: Nairobi, Kenya

Tags: Asia Bhutan biodiversity climate change conservation mountains terrestrial wildlife royal bengal tiger

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