Arctic news and updates
Climate change: new, big threat to protected areas
Amidst heat waves, droughts, forest fires and other extreme weather events over the past months, ...
Environmental consequences of booming fish farming industry unacceptable, says WWF
As more than 20,000 aquaculture industry representatives gather in Trondheim, Norway for the ...
WWF condemns Iceland’s announcement to resume whaling
WWF condemns Iceland's announcement to resume whaling this month, with plans to hunt 38 minke ...
Europe’s last unspoiled sea needs better protection against increase in oil tanker traffic
Following the news that Russia has dropped its opposition to plans for a privately owned oil ...
WWF honours Deh Cho First Nations and government of Canada for major conservation move
The Deh Cho First Nations and the Government of Canada today received an international conservation ...
Norway's forest heritage under threat
WWF is calling on Norway's government to improve forest protection in the country. Currently, only ...
Husband and wife team win WWF Arctic tourism prize
A small, family-run business in Svalbard, Norway, based around dog sledding and hiking trips and ...
Big win for Arctic Refuge after yesterday's setback
Yesterday's disappointing US House of Representatives vote in favor of drilling in Alaska's Arctic ...
New move to sacrifice Arctic wildlife for oil
The US House of Representatives has passed a broad energy bill that endorses the Bush ...
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