WWF Norway office
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WWF Conservation Projects in Norway
Resilience-Building: a New Approach to Protecting Arctic Ecological Values
The Arctic is not only particularly susceptible to climate change impacts, it is also the region where major ecological changes are already taking pla...
Protecting the Arctic
The Arctic is home to abundant biodiversity and hosts many natural treasures of immense value to the planet. Shared by 8 countries it stores the world...
Protecting the Barents Sea
Located north of Russia and Scandinavia, the Barents Sea is part of the Arctic Ocean. It is home to unique sea bird colonies, including one of the wor...
Latest Norway News
Wildlife trade experts say climate, not commercial trade, is primary threat to polar bears
A new report from the wildlife trade monitoring organization TRAFFIC concludes that the major ...
Arctic Council shows what it is capable of
The Arctic Council yesterday showed off its potential, with eight countries and indigenous ...
Lights out on Bosphorus Bridge marks Earth Hour transition into Europe.
Lights going out on Istanbul’s Bosphorus Bridge was a fitting way to mark Earth Hour’s transition ...
Sweden unleashes 6747 hunters onto 20 wolves
Another storm of protest is set to engulf Sweden’s second cull of endangered wolves tomorrow, ...
WWF welcomes EU-Norway agreement to reduce discards
Trials already underway in several EU Member States allowing fishermen to land more of their catch ...
Historic high seas declaration at risk
Last minute reservations from four countries may sink the historic announcement of a network of ...
Stressed Baltic faces uncontrolled growth
The Baltic, one of the world's most stressed seas, faces uncontrolled growth in demands for space ...
Oil drilling suspension should top agenda at arctic emergencies meeting
As oil continues to spew into the Gulf of Mexico from a sunken BP drilling rig, a key meeting of ...
WWF: New partnership to curb forest loss crucial to stop climate change, benefit people and environment
More than fifty governments have vowed to stem tropical forest loss in efforts to fight climate ...
WWF welcomes landmark Norway, Indonesia agreement on deforestation
WWF welcomed Wednesday’s announcement that Norway will provide USD 1 billion to support Indonesia’s ...