Arctic news and updates
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 ...
Petroleum development a new threat for the Norwegian Barents Sea
Oslo, Norway - Within the next two weeks, the Norwegian Parliament is expected to approve ...
Kyoto Protocol completes its rise from the ashes
Marrakech, Morocco – As environment ministers from 160 countries agreed rules for the Kyoto climate ...
Kyoto agreement must stand the test of time
Marrakech, Morocco: Australia, Canada, Japan and Russia should abandon their entrenched positions ...
First petroleum project in Norwegian Barents Sea stirs intense debate
Plans to develop Norway’s first natural gas field in the Barents Sea have raised serious concerns ...
Gambling contest pays off for climate researchers
A gambling contest in Alaska’s interior is providing researchers with a remarkably accurate record ...
Risk to Arctic National Wildlife Refuge intensifies following terrorist attacks
Washington, D.C., USA: In the wake of the September terrorist attacks on the USA, several members ...
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