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2019 conservation wins for the Arctic

2019 conservation wins for the Arctic

2019 is coming to an end and it’s time to look back and assess the progress we made this year.

23 December 2019

Breaking the ice at COP25

Breaking the ice at COP25

WWF’s Arctic Programme hosted a panel at COP25 examining the future of decision-making in the Arctic.

20 December 2019

Polar bear assessment brings both good and troubling news

Polar bear assessment brings both good and troubling news

Last month, the Polar Bear Specialist Group of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) released a new assessment of polar bears. The findings reveal the most up-to-date...

18 November 2019

Tundra to tropics: Flyway cooperation for Arctic-breeding species

Tundra to tropics: Flyway cooperation for Arctic-breeding species

Many different bird species migrate to the Arctic to breed—and some are struggling to cope with the effects of climate change and other environmental hazards.

11 October 2019

Wadden Sea, Germany

Wadden Sea, Germany

Life inches above the sea

24 September 2019

Utqiagvik, Alaska

Utqiagvik, Alaska

A community ravaged by coastal erosion

24 September 2019

Arctic melt matters

Arctic melt matters

Disappearing snow, sea ice, glaciers and permafrost means the polar regions have become profoundly different from what we imagine. All that melting means massive changes for the rest of the ...

24 September 2019

Raviravi and Korovatu, Fiji

Raviravi and Korovatu, Fiji

No holding back

24 September 2019