Arctic news and updates
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 ...
Wildlife in Europe’s last unspoiled sea under threat from oil and gas development
The most environmentally vulnerable areas of the Barents Sea are in the exact same areas where new ...
Iceland threatens to resume whaling
WWF today condemned Iceland's proposal for the resumption of whaling on three species of large ...
NGOs call on Banks not to Fund Large Dam and Smelter Project in Iceland
An international coalition of 120 environmental organizations today called on private banks and ...
Ancient logbooks of arctic explorers provide new insight on climate change
Oslo, Norway · The five-hundred year old logbooks of long-dead arctic explorers are helping to ...
WWF's internet polar bear s are pregnant - Season's Greetings Lena and Yana!
Oslo, Norway - WWF·s two female polar bears · which can be tracked in near real-time via the ...
New arctic research underscores urgency of CO2 reduction efforts
Following new studies showing that perennial sea ice will disappear entirely this century, WWF, the ...
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