Arctic news and updates
Fossil fuel addiction driving polar bears to extinction says WWF-Canada
The World Conservation Union (IUCN) released the 2006 Red List of Threatened Species today ...
Climate campaigners in Greenland
The six participants from the Climate Change College are now on the Greenland Ice Sheet to witness ...
HSH Prince Albert II reaches North Pole
HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco reached the North Pole last month, after a four-day expedition to ...
Shell poses unacceptable oil spill threat
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development should demand effective environmental ...
UK politicians witness climate change impact in Arctic
WWF hosted a visit by the UK Conservative Party to the Svalbard archipelago in the Barents Sea from ...
Walrus calves stranded by melting sea ice
Scientists have reported an unprecedented number of unaccompanied and possibly abandoned walrus ...
Global warming can spark mass species extinctions
The Earth could see massive waves of species extinctions around the world if global warming ...
WWF’s Arctic Tourism & Conservation Grant 2005 funds exhibition on marine environment
“Ocean Sounds”, a combination of tourism operator and research center in the Lofoten Islands in ...
No oil development in Lofoten and Vesterålen, pearls of the Barents Sea
WWF has welcomed Norway’s decision to continue a moratorium on oil development in two of the ...
Canada’s western Hudson Bay polar bear population in decline. Climate change to blame.
The polar bear population in Canada’s western Hudson Bay has declined from around 1,200 bears in ...
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