Informing Policy: From Paper to Progress

"Bobcat being collared"
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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.

Press Release: Panthera Statement on COP15 and Adoption of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework »

Panthera Position Statements