Panthera uses our expertise to inform and influence public policy that helps to maintain healthy wild cat populations and their wild landscapes. As wide-ranging carnivores, wild cats move across borders and between protected areas and human-dominated landscapes, creating both conservation policy challenges and opportunities. We work with governments and multilateral institutions to develop collaborative, science-based approaches that benefit wild cats and people wherever they live, so both can thrive.
Panthera Position Statements
- Panthera Recommendations for CITES COP19 (2022)
- Recomendaciones de Panthera para la COP19 de la CITES (2022)
- Panthera Recommendations to the 74th Standing Committee of CITES (2022)
- Recomendaciones de Panthera a la 74a reunión del Comité Permanente de CITES (2022)
- Commercial captive breeding of wild cats (2021)