Arctic news and updates
A disaster waiting to happen: Preparing for oil spills in Norway’s arctic waters
Concerns about high oil prices and instability in the Middle East have meant that the Arctic has ...
Potentially largest oil spill in Alaska North Slope history
According to Defenders of Wildlife, a US NGO, an oil spill in Alaska's North Slope could be the ...
Norwegian oil spill highlights need for shipping safety in Alaska
A shipping accident in Norway has resulted in a large oil spill, once again heightening awareness ...
Shell poses unacceptable oil spill threat
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development should demand effective environmental ...
Norway to put nature before oil
WWF today said the Norwegian government has made history by putting nature before oil when it ...
Norwegian paradise in danger as government secretly decides on oil drilling plans
WWF is appalled that the Norwegian government might allow oil companies to drill for oil around the ...
Prirazlomnaya oil spill would threaten Russian Arctic with irreparable disaster: study
Harsh conditions in Russia's Pechora Sea coupled with an inadequate oil spill response plan mean ...
WWF calls for moratorium on oil exploration in the Arctic
Arctic marine conditions contribute to an oil spill “response gap” that effectively limits the ...
Wildlife in Europe’s last unspoiled sea under threat from oil and gas development
The most environmentally vulnerable areas of the Barents Sea are in the exact same areas where new ...
WWF renews call to halt oil, gas development in Arctic
As the oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico worsens, the World Wildlife Fund’s Vice President ...
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