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Factsheet: Keeping people and polar bears safe

Factsheet: Keeping people and polar bears safe

As Arctic sea ice thins and retreats, increasing numbers of polar bears are spending longer periods in the summer open-water season resting along Arctic coastlines.

26 February 2016

The Circle 04.15

The Circle 04.15

Permafrost: Slow-motion meltdown

3 November 2015

The Circle 03.15

The Circle 03.15

Renewable energy in the Arctic

7 August 2015

The Circle 02.15

The Circle 02.15

Valuing Arctic ecosystems and biodiversity

23 April 2015

Breaking the Ice: International Trade of Narwhals

Breaking the Ice: International Trade of Narwhals

This study by TRAFFIC and WWF finds that while there is no evidence that international trade is currently a threat to the conservation of narwhals, as climate change is likely to have a sign...

13 March 2015

Human-Polar Bear Conflicts In Ittoqqortoormiit

Human-Polar Bear Conflicts In Ittoqqortoormiit

In Eastern Greenland, in the range of the East Greenland subpopulation of polar bears, conflicts are on the rise.

18 September 2014

RACER

RACER

The 'RACER' (Rapid Assessment of Circumarctic Ecosystem Resilience) project is a tool to help governments and communities around the Arctic safeguard the functioning ecosystems peo...

24 April 2012

Last Ice Area Factsheet

Last Ice Area Factsheet

Background to the Last Ice Area

1 November 2011