Arctic news and updates
Killing killer whales with toxics
To date, polar bears have had the dubious honour of being the most toxic mammal of the Arctic, but ...
Norwegian killer whales most toxic mammals in Arctic
Initial scientific results show that Norwegian killer whales are the most toxic mammals in the ...
World warms to new climate talks
Progress was made in Montreal at the climate talks as governments finalised the ground rules for ...
Gold of Yakutia Republic
Lars Kristofersen, CEO of WWF-Sweden, has been awarded the Golden Medal of the Ministry of Nature ...
New Director General, James Leape, takes up post at WWF International
James P Leape, a 50-year old American, officially takes over today as the new Director General of ...
Prince Albert II of Monaco to visit North Pole
The WWF International Arctic Programme is honoured to be associated with Prince Albert II’s trip to ...
Hot, hungry and gasping for air – climate change puts fish at risk, warns WWF
According to a new WWF report, fish are increasingly threatened by the effects of climate change as ...
The Arctic is melting faster than ever
Arctic sea ice is melting rapidly for the forth year in a row. Winter ice coverage is smaller and ...
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