Tiger Grass Water

About

Less than 4000 wild tigers are alive. At the foot of the Himalayas, grasslands where the tigers hunt for deer are disappearing. The ecohydrological dynamics of these grasslands becomes characterised. From this, the consortium will establish guidelines for sustainable management of the landscape and the water systems using co-creation.

 

The consortium:

Universiteit Utrecht, VU Amsterdam, Technische Universiteit Delft, HAS Den Bosch, Wageningen University & Research, HAN University of Applied Sciences in Arnhem en Nijmegen, Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein, Himalayan Tiger Foundation, Rotterdam Zoo (Diergaarde Blijdorp),  VanderSat, National Trust for Nature Conservation, National Parks & Wildlife Conservation, World Wide Fund for Nature Nederland, Sensing Clues Foundation, Wildlife Institute of India, Kathmandu University, Tribhuvan University, Swansea University, ICIMOD, Office of Bardia National Park, Nature Conservation Foundation, Snow Leopard Trust, Smartphones For Water Nepal, Buffer Zone User Committee, Tharu Women Uplift Centre, Ujayalo Nepal.