WORLD BANK & CII JOINS HAND TO PROTECT TIGERS
After viewing about the condition of tigers today the World Bank and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) have join hands to establish 'Indian Wildlife Business Council' (IWBC) that would promote that would promote the conversation of endangered species.
After signing the Memorandum of understanding in this regard with the CII's Deputy Director ,General Indrani Kar in Washington on June 27, 2012 , the World Bank President , Robert Zeollick said that the proposed council would lead the efforts to save tiger from becoming extinct.
The main aim of the IWBC is to promote tigers and biodiversity conservation for sustainable development.
The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development , International Development association , International Finance Corporation which comprises of World Bank Group will support IWBC.
Tiger population has decreased massively due to rapid industrialisation .poaching and illegal trade. There are hardly 3000 tigers left with us on this planet hope that this will help tigers to survive and there will be an inrease in the population of tiger.