WWF Arctic Tourism & Conservation Grant 2005
WWF's approach to building resilience to climate change
Climate change requires a new conservation paradigm.
Climate Change and Poverty
Global warming threatens to reverse human progress, making the United Nations’ Millennium ...
Analysis of illegal fishery for cod in the Barents Sea
This report analyses Russian fisheries statistics and confirms what Norwegian authorities have ...
Areas vulnerable to acute oil pollution in the Norwegian Barents Sea
Areas which are vulnerable to acute oil pollution in the Lofoten-Barents Sea area have been ...
Valuable Areas for Cod, Haddock, Herring and Capelin in the Lofoten - Barents Sea Area.
This report was written by the Institute of Marine Research in February 2005, as an assignment for ...
Petroleum-free zones in the Barents Sea
Some areas are too vulnerable and valuable to be exposed to any risk from petroleum exploration.
Nunavut Wildlife Health Assessment
The Nunavut Wildlife Health Assessment, which focussed on animal health in Arctic species suggests ...
Japanese Scientific Whaling: Irresponsible Science, Irresponsible Whaling
Although it is critical that the management of whale populations is based upon sound scientific ...
The Big Four: a WWF update on Greenland’s efforts with regard to species conservation and nature protection
The Big Four: A WWF update on Greenland’s effort with species conservation and nature protection ...