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Friday, April 21 • 10:00 - 11:30
Tigers, Tigers everywhere – What to consider when tigers in Chitwan National Park are doing so well? LIMITED

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Dear Attendees, 

You will be part of real world conservation where participation in the workshop activities will be part of a solutions document for the Living with Tigers project. 

The Living with Tigers project aims to reduce poverty and human-tiger conflicts in Nepal in both Chitwan and Bardia National Parks. 
Come join this workshop to learn about human-large felid conflicts in Nepal, hear about a range of people think about "How can we solve human-tiger conflict in Nepal", and have the opportunity to discuss this topic with a people from around the world attending the Summit. 

Why is human-tiger conflict an important topic to discussion and solve?...... from these conflicts, both tigers and humans have lost their lives and as the human population increases and tiger population rises due to successful conservation efforts, these conflict are predicted to increase. The Living with Tigers wants to help with these problems, by helping local marginalised communities and protect tigers. 
Help us achieve this by attending our workshop and sharing your knowledge. 

List any special room needs: Projected and moveable chairs. 

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Amy Fitzmaurice

Conservation Scholar, Chester Zoo
I am a PhD student at WildCRU OXford University and a Conservation Scholar at Chester Zoo. I am part of a Darwin Initiative project called Living with Tigers in Nepal. I have a masters in Conservation Science from Imperial College London, where I researched the impacts of logging... Read More →

Friday April 21, 2017 10:00 - 11:30 BST
Informatics Suite 1 The Laboratory, First Floor