This week Save Wild Tigers feature in the Oxford Times as Simon Clinton talks to them about our plans for 2014.
The newspaper reports:
'Simon Clinton says his love of tigers dates back to his childhood in Malaysia but he has only recently begun campaigning to save the endangered beasts.The resident of Aston Rowant near Watlington now plans to take his Save Wild Tigers campaign into Asia and has even managed to recruit the Malaysian Royal family to support his cause.
He said: “Up until now I have been very UK-centric and we will continue doing things here but this is a global issue so it is important we take the message into these countries, working with locals.
“It cannot be done by us waving a stick and telling them what to do. We should be helping them.”
Mr Clinton, who works in marketing, began campaigning for tigers three years ago, and set up his non-profit group a year ago. To break into Asia he has worked with Eastern and Oriental Express to organise a train journey through the south east of the continent later this year, which includes a gala dinner with the Malaysian royal family.Mr Clinton, whose campaign has also attracted the support of Queen guitarist Brian May and actress Joanna Lumley, said: “It has been fantastic and overwhelming to see this campaign grow so quickly and public feedback has been amazing.'
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