It's the Year of the Tiger, let's make sure they don't become extinct

We need to connect the dots and realise that protecting tigers isn’t just a conservation dream. It’s a survival strategy for humans – yes, us. Tiger conservation requires protecting forests, which brings many benefits – alleviating flooding, maintaining the water cycle, and absorbing carbon dioxide, which addresses climate change. — AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Happy New Lunar Year, folks, to those celebrating.

Beyond the festive cutesy cartoons and memes of tigers can we make this a real Year for the Tiger, where we see progress in tiger conservation?

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