There are many organizations around the world that positively affect the biodiversity of our ecosystems.
The WWF stands for World Wildlife Fund Canada. The organization was founded in 1967 by Senator Alan MacNaughton. More then 150,000 Canadians across the country are active and supportive in this organization.
One of the species that affected by the WWF are tigers. "There are as few as 3,200 tigers surviving in the world's forests in 2010, the Chinese Year of the Tiger. WWF's Tx2 campaign aims to put in place the necessary conditions to double the wild tiger population by the next Year of the Tiger in 2022." (-WWF website.)
The WWF puts out effort to protect the tiger habitat to at least 20% of their former range in 13 priority landscapes. There are many ways how the WWF would make protecting the tiger habitat possible. Closing markets for tiger parts and products, closing all existing tiger farms, Preventing any legal commercialization of dead tiger body parts, ensuring all tiger range countries have fully CITES- compliant national legislation, establishing transboundary customs posts to foster international cooperation and liaison, establishing and coordinating intelligence networks and ensuring intelligence-based law enforcement in strategic locations, and developing the first phase of a Global Tiger Trade Information System. (-WWF website)