Arctic news and updates
The Kiruna Ministerial Meeting of the Arctic Council – WWF input
This week, Ministers will meet one last time in Sweden, as the chairmanship of the Arctic Council ...
New Arctic Economic Council could be a missed opportunity
A new coalition of Arctic businesses, established today at an Arctic Council meeting in ...
In a time of rapid change, Arctic Council must strengthen environmental protection for Arctic
When senior officials of the Arctic Council meet in Sweden today to plan for Canada’s upcoming ...
Arctic Council on right track – but slow track
The Arctic Council Ministers took many of the right steps today in laying out the council’s work ...
Arctic Council shows what it is capable of
The Arctic Council yesterday showed off its potential, with eight countries and indigenous ...
Arctic Council and the Climate COP - what’s missing
The Arctic Council’s joint statement to the climate negotiations taking place in Poland details is ...
Rapid changes for arctic flora and fauna
Unique arctic flora and fauna habitats have been disappearing, some characteristic arctic species ...
New WWF web tool maps Arctic nature and activities
As Arctic Council Ministers prepare to meet to outline priorities for the Council’s next two ...
WWF launches tool to help plan for changing Arctic
On Wednesday November 9, at a meeting of the Arctic Council in Lulea, Sweden, WWF officially ...
Arctic States release UNFCCC COP 18 Statement
The September 2012 sea ice minimum in the Arctic highlighted once again that the effects of ...
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