Robin Karyeth is a community member of wildlife experts, photographers, and filmmakers dedicated to the cause of wildlife conservation, dedicated to a world where wildlife and humans coexist, and pledges to be the voice of the voiceless through the freedom of visual communication through documentaries, stories, articles, and photographs. They seek to ensure that all animals are protected and that their habitats are safeguarded through proper activities, as well as to raise awareness about the mishaps and misconduct that occur in our ecosystem. They endeavor to represent and service the wildlife community, as well as promote conservation policy and law, in order to cultivate the active support of an informed public.
According to the report, it was easy to see tigers in their native habitat 100 years ago — about 100000 of them roamed Asia, including several subspecies that are now extinct. Today, there are about 3000 wild tigers, and if this trend continues, tigers may become extinct. This indicates that conservation measures are required if we are to give these species a chance at a long-term future. When it comes to surviving in the areas where they have previously thrived for thousands of years, tigers are confronting an increasing number of challenges.
As a result of his deep love for environment and wildlife, Robin developed a passion and interest in exploring the vast and fascinating planet. He figured out what he wanted to accomplish with his life and went on to have a successful career focusing on ground-level conservation issues. As a member of a network of wildlife experts, he sees significant difficulties ahead, as climate change takes an unprecedented toll on the natural world and scientists warn of a sixth mass extinction.
As a wildlife conservationist, Robin along with other community members organizes events and days of action around the country to celebrate conservation successes and work to make the world safer for endangered and threatened species. Needless to mention, since there is not much good news for life on earth species, Robin as a conservationist is working tirelessly to understand and preserve endangered species.
Tiger habitats are home to not only a diverse range of wildlife, but also to local communities who rely on the land for their livelihood, culture, customs, and social existence. Tigers live in some of the world’s most densely populated locations, therefore developing efficient ways to collaborate with people who live and work in these areas is critical for wild tigers’ long-term survival. Tigers are apex predators that play a crucial part in the maintenance of the earth’s ecosystems, and with the rise of human populations, finding ways to conserve large carnivores while allowing local communities to prosper has become a challenge.
Long-term engagement and innovations can be pursued together through multiple techniques and an equitable partnership with communities in tiger landscapes, by better understanding the priorities and values of local people’s long-term engagement and inventions.
Claim to fame – Robin Kareyth
- Firebox wildlife conservation icon of the year 2021 Award