Conservation and environmental news & publications: Norway
Europe losing species and habitats at a dramatic rate
According to a series of surveys carried out by WWF and its partners as part of the European ...
WWF and tourist operator sign agreement to protect the Arctic
WWF and an Arctic tour operator have signed an agreement that will increase awareness about the ...
Oil moratorium continues in the Barents Sea
WWF has welcomed Norway’s decision to continue a moratorium on oil development in two of the ...
A disaster waiting to happen: Preparing for oil spills in Norway’s Arctic waters
Concerns about high oil prices and instability in the Middle East have meant that the Arctic has ...
Killing killer whales with toxics
To date, polar bears have had the dubious honour of being the most toxic mammal of the Arctic, but ...
Norwegian killer whales most toxic mammals in Arctic
Initial scientific results show that Norwegian killer whales are the most toxic mammals in the ...
The Arctic is melting faster than ever
Arctic sea ice is melting rapidly for the forth year in a row. Winter ice coverage is smaller and ...
WWF hooks up with Norwegian fishing company to save marine turtles
WWF is working with one the world’s largest manufacturer of fishing hooks to reduce the accidental ...
Extreme Weather – Summer temperature graphs for European cities
Summer temperature graphs showing the warming trend in the EU capital cities
WWF report: Europe feels the heat – Extreme weather and the power sector (self-starting file for on-screen viewing)
A new report from WWF analyzes summer temperature data from 16 EU cities. The temperatures of ...