Arctic news and updates
No wins for Japan but whales still losing
Five days of gridlock and political posturing at the International Whaling Commission stymied ...
Traditional knowledge and science reveal southern toxins in northern species
A new WWF report suggests that toxic chemicals are responsible for changes in the health of Arctic ...
Ben & Jerry's and WWF launch climate change college
In efforts to curb global warming, ice cream makers Ben & Jerry’s are seeking young people to stop ...
WWF lists 20 chemicals to be added to the POPs treaty
WWF today released a list of 20 chemicals that it recommends be added to the Stockholm Convention ...
Greenland’s wildlife on thin ice
Polar bears, walruses, and narwhal and beluga whales in Greenland are under such pressure from ...
Antarctic glaciers in retreat from climate change
REUTERS - Most of the glaciers on the Antarctic peninsular are in headlong retreat because of ...
Arctic Refuge protection fight to continue
Oil and gas exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska moved a step closer ...
The Arctic is the chemical sink of the globe, says WWF
The Arctic and its wildlife are increasingly contaminated with chemicals and pollutants that were ...
Dangerous levels of climate change as early as 2026, warns WWF
A new study commissioned by WWF shows that dangerous levels of climate change could be reached in ...
2 degrees is too much!
WWF believes the global average temperature rise above pre-industrial levels should be kept well ...
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