Arctic news and updates
Remembering the Arctic’s most traumatic tanker spill
The Exxon Valdez tanker spewed more than 41 million litres of oil into Prince William Sound, ...
Filling holes in polar shipping rules
The recent announcement that insurer Lloyds of London is adopting its own Arctic shipping ...
WWF launches the full version of its interactive map on nature and risk in the Arctic
Explore the Arctic on the new ArkGIS map.
Arctic states move toward high seas fishing agreement
Representatives of the five Arctic coastal states have agreed to pursue work on an agreement to ...
WWF Report: Noisy oceans dampening whale romance
A new report from WWF details the problems increasingly noisy oceans are creating for whales. Those ...
Shell rightly suspends Arctic drilling in 2014
Royal Dutch Shell to forgo its 2014 drilling season in America’s Arctic Ocean
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Coal mine proposal for Last Ice Area withdrawn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.
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