Support For Environment
Save the Tiger:
Tiger Logistics initiated “Save the Tiger” campaign in the year 2000 which is also the inception year of the company. Our "Save the Tiger" Initiative has invested resources into revitalizing tiger conservation for a long time. Our trans-boundary approach focuses on strategic solutions with an emphasis on engaging local people as partners in this conservation effort.
In such landscapes, where humans dominate, the quality of life depends on people's capacity to respect and manage their environment. As we believe that sustained conservation for this magnificent species in ever-changing environments requires strategic and flexible allocation of resources to key tiger landscapes, anchored by leadership capacity, sound science, best business practices and public education.
We started our awareness campaign in the beginning with printed square shape Note-pads along with annual Wall and Table Calendars. We are continuously distributing these printed materials in the start of every New Year since Company’s establishment. Why we are doing this and how you could provide your support towards the environment, kindly go through this article and understand the need of time.
Why Save the Tiger?
Pugmark technique revealed the shameful fact that there are only 1411
Tigers left in India. But it is a misconception; the actual figure is
varying from 800 to 900 in numbers. This is the real situation in a country
whose national animal is the Tiger. We all are facing an ecological crisis
in present situation; if we lose all our big cats then probably we create a
blank space in our ecological system or destroy it totally.
Tigers survive only in some of our last great forests in Asia, which are critical not only for their biodiversity but also as stores of carbon that would end up released into the atmosphere if these forests were cut down. By protecting tiger habitat, we help mitigate climate change. Tigers can breed quickly and successfully if we provide them with protected habitat and ample prey. No matter what are you looking to do, creating awareness is a first step.
What are the reasons behind this dilemma?
The answer is in you, in your home, your office and your place anything you have or had. See what you did, look at the papers you wasted, the wood products you purchase for more than your necessity or probably you belongs to the particular blood handed human family who like products as a result of Tiger’s death aftermath.
The products made from Tiger’s skin, teeth and other body organs which look beautiful, colorful and also hard or soft comes after a blood bath. The hunger for these tiger derivative products just proves the thinking of human callousness between us because somebody is just fond off such products. However, we all are equally responsible for that because if we were not did it so, we also not doing any efforts to stop this.
Why should we save the Tiger species?
If you think that Tiger is just a charismatic species or another wild animal lives in a forest, you are wrong. The presence of a tiger in the forest indicates the well-being of the ecosystem. The tiger is a unique animal which plays a pivotal role in the maintenance of health and diversity in an ecosystem. The top predator place at the apex of a food chain and keep maintaining the balance between prey herbivores and the vegetarian upon which they feed.
The extinction of this top predator is an indication that it’s ecosystem is not sufficiently protected and neither would it exists for long thereafter. If the tigers go extinct, the entire system would collapse. Therefore, it’s not just about saving a beautiful animal. It is about making sure that we live a little longer as the forests are known provide ecological services like clean air, water, pollination, temperature regulation etc.
How can you help in SAVE THE TIGER campaign?
The top concern is what can we do change things and escape from this shameful state of affairs that led up to the 800 – 900 tigers are now surviving in the wild. We can help make a difference by raise our voice and spread it towards the world initially.
Also we can plan a wildlife holiday in places where Tigers are still alive in India. Yes. It’s true if you visit the park or sanctuaries which specialize in featuring tigers for tourists to view, you add revenue to continue maintaining the sanctuaries and feeding the tigers. Seeing a tiger is one of the most rewarding experiences you can ever have and if you choose the right travel company your holiday can actually help save the tigers from extinction.
Which is the right travel company?
There is a huge choice of wildlife packages to India offering safaris in India’s National Parks and wildlife Sanctuaries but choose carefully and find a tour company that actively supports tiger conservation. Such tour operators in India work closely with local support groups and if you choose the right wildlife package to India, you will find that the local people will also benefit directly, as only local services and guides are employed.
By continued education from the support groups, and by proving that living in harmony with the Tiger will actually bring much needed prosperity to local people, your holiday of a lifetime can help save India’s remaining Tigers.
What is your responsibility?
The wilderness is to be experienced and not to be disturbed and polluted. Follow the forest department guidelines when visiting any wilderness area, tiger reserve in particular. As the saying goes ‘Don’t leave anything behind except footsteps, and don’t take anything except memories.
And say ‘NO’ to tiger trade by refusing to buy tiger parts and items prepared from tiger derivatives.
Also you can reduce the use of products derived from forests, such as timber and paper. It will help in reducing pressure on natural resources. If you go through these then you are not doing it only for Tigers you also doing it for your Nation.
“Save The Tiger” is the Company’s own initiative since year 2000, in which we helping Tiger Conservations and trying to connect with many more corporates through distribution of Save The Tiger Notepads made out from recycled paper for awareness purpose only.
For joining hands as a partner or volunteer contact us at our Corporate Office Address.