Arctic news and updates
Last Ice Area workshop shares WWF-funded knowledge
About 50 people from Canada and Greenland were in Iqaluit in early June for a workshop organized ...
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 Biodiversity Assessment Released
The Arctic Council’s assessment of the more than 21,000 Arctic species is now out, and its ...
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 ...
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 ...
'Voyage Through Northwest Passage' continues its journey in new iPad app
In the summer of 2009, Canadian journalist, adventurer and ﬁlmmaker Cameron Dueck sailed the ...
Shell to export Arctic oil drilling failures
According to multiple media reports, today Shell and Russian company Gazprom Neft will sign an ...
A chill on environmental protection as Arctic shipping heats up
After a year’s delay, the United Nations body tasked with developing polar shipping regulations ...
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 ...
Increasing bear/human conflict needs government intervention, say experts
Hungry, climate-stressed polar bears are increasingly coming into conflict with people in some ...
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