Arctic news and updates
Shell cancels Arctic drilling plans for 2013
Royal Dutch Shell today announced today that it will forgo its plans to drill for oil and gas in ...
Safer communities, safer bears – workshop on reducing conflict between polar bears and humans
Leading polar bear experts from throughout the Arctic will convene at a WWF-organized workshop in ...
New research to inform good management of key polar bear populations
New financial contributions from WWF in support of polar bear research are improving the knowledge ...
Environment ministers must reach across boundaries to protect Arctic
Arctic Environment ministers meeting in Sweden today should seize the chance to commit to working ...
Year of the Polar Bear kicks off with Ottawa scavenger hunt
Winterlude visitors play 'tag' with ice bears
Inuit community and WWF successfully curb polar bear conflict
A successful program to stop conflict between polar bears and people in the Hudson Bay community ...
WWF Celebrates the Year of the Polar Bear
WWF, the world’s leading conservation organization, is proclaiming 2013 The Year of the Polar Bear.
Canadian polar bear pride can drive positive change at home and in the north
Coca-Cola Canada and World Wildlife Fund Partner to Raise Awareness and Funds to Protect the Polar ...
Concerns over Arctic drilling grow as oil rig runs aground in Alaska
An oil drilling rig operated by Royal Dutch Shell ran aground on a pristine wildlife-rich island ...
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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