Arctic news and updates
US and Nordics Advance Arctic Conservation Commitments
Meeting today in Washington, President Obama together with leaders of the Nordic countries of ...
Polar bear conflict at record high in Greenland
A year of record warm temperatures and lower than normal sea ice has led to more polar bears than ...
WWF launches new way to explore key part of Last Ice Area
WWF’s interactive map brings footage and data together to demonstrate the need to properly protect ...
WWF response to integrated European Union policy for the Arctic
Historic low levels of Arctic sea ice signal trouble for Arctic wildlife
Following a record-breaking warm Arctic winter, Arctic Ocean sea ice looks set to hit a record low ...
Canada and US leaders commit to new goals for Arctic protection
In a joint statement today, the President of the United States and the Prime Minister of Canada ...
Polar bear patrols keep bears and Arctic communities safe
At the close of another polar bear season for northern communities, WWF is pleased to announce that ...
Visualization of impacts of Arctic climate change unveiled at Paris climate talks
WWF has teamed up with a Danish sculptor to graphically represent the consequences of climate ...
WWF opens office in Greenland
WWF has become the first global conservation organization to open an office in Greenland.
Shell cuts losses, abandons offshore Arctic drilling
Better to turn around half way than err the whole way: Shell ends Alaska offshore drilling.
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