Arctic news and updates
Toxic chemicals a major threat to the Arctic - WWF
Arctic wildlife and some Arctic indigenous people, particularly Inuit, are contaminated by ...
WWF Supports Federal Commitments To Reserve Protected Areas in Advance of Northern Pipeline Development
In a wide-ranging interview published earlier this week*, federal Minister of Indian Affairs and ...
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WWF will continue the fight for an Iceland national park
Oslo, Norway - WWF, the conservation organization, today vowed to continue to press for a national ...
Arctic Network for sustainable tourism takes off
Representatives from all eight arctic countries met at the end of June for a three-day intensive ...
WWF condemns plans by aluminium giant Alcoa that would destroy great Icelandic wilderness
Geneva, Switzerland - WWF, the conservation organization, today called on Alcoa, the world's ...
Polar bears victims of inaction on global warming
The report Polar Bears at Risk reviews the threats faced by the world's 22,000 polar bears and ...
Alaskan tour company wins WWF arctic tourism prize
WWF, the conservation organization, today awarded its prestigious WWF Arctic Award for Linking ...
WWF and the Swedish Ecotourism Association appeal to all arctic travellers to support plans for ecotourism certification
WWF, the conservation organization, and the Swedish Ecotourism Association (Svensk Ekoturism ...
US Senate votes to protect the Arctic
The US Senate yesterday voted 54 to 46 to defeat a proposal to open the pristine Arctic National ...
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