Arctic news and updates
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 ...
First key natural area protected in advance of Mackenzie pipeline development
Three major national conservation organizations say last week's federal government decision to ...
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 ...
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