Arctic news and updates
Offshore oil a risky path to Greenlandic prosperity : WWF
Greenland should use its limited resources to ensure it gets the best return possible from mining ...
Turning up the heat can defuse polar bear attacks
An urban tool for self defence could make one of the world’s most remote destinations safer as ...
Coal mine proposal for Last Ice Area withdrawn
An application for a coal mine in Canada's high Arctic - the Last Ice Area - has been ...
WWF maps past and future climate threats in Russian Arctic
WWF has conducted the world’s first large-scale, location-based assessment of climate-related risks.
Leaders commit to conservation measures at Polar Bear Forum
Ministers and other national representatives made commitments today at the International Forum on ...
WWF will present over 40 thousand signatures for polar bears to 5 Arctic states
WWF, the world nature conservation organization, has collected tens of thousands of signatures ...
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 ...
New WWF work maps conflict hot-spots between Arctic whales and industry
A paper published this week in the journal Marine Policy shows where oil and gas and shipping ...
Cod, coral and seabirds protected from the threat of oil
The new government of Norway has put the value of nature in front of the need for oil
WWF calls for the immediate release of Greenpeace members
WWF is calling today for the immediate release of the 30 crew members of Greenpeace's ship the ...
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