Arctic news and updates
Norway to put nature before oil
WWF today said the Norwegian government has made history by putting nature before oil when it ...
New survey shows Norwegians are against oil drilling off Lofoten Islands
"Scientists say no, fishermen say no, governmental experts say no, and now the Norwegian people are ...
Billions likely to suffer water shortages from melting glaciers
Unless governments take urgent action to prevent global warming, billions of people worldwide may ...
Norwegian paradise in danger as government secretly decides on oil drilling plans
WWF is appalled that the Norwegian government might allow oil companies to drill for oil around the ...
Action not words on Kyoto ratification, WWF urges Russia
As the World Conference on Climate Change approaches, WWF is urging Russia to ratify the Kyoto ...
WWF supports experimental climate prediction model
WWF is supporting a new climate prediction experiment launched recently in the UK in an effort to ...
WWF urges Iceland to establish protected areas in wake of controversial Kárahnjúkar dam decision
WWF remains concerned over Iceland’s biggest dam project ever, and calls on the Icelandic ...
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 ...
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