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Northern inspiration for action on climate change

Northern inspiration for action on climate change

How a diesel-powered community in the Arctic is shifting to renewable energy

10 December 2018

British Parliamentarians on ice

British Parliamentarians on ice

Greenland is vast, remote and insanely beautiful.

5 December 2018

WWF's Elisabeth Kruger on polar bears, climate change, and Indigenous communities

WWF's Elisabeth Kruger on polar bears, climate change, and Indigenous communities

As WWF’s Arctic and Bering Sea program officer, Elisabeth Kruger connects the dots between polar bears, climate change, and Indigenous communities. She leads WWF’s efforts to help polar ...

1 November 2018

Living with polar bears

Living with polar bears

As climate change causes summer sea ice to dwindle in the Arctic, hungry polar bears increasingly come into conflict with local people.

22 October 2018

A tale of two bears in a changing Arctic

A tale of two bears in a changing Arctic

Here on the Barents Sea, polar bears are experiencing the fastest loss of sea ice recorded throughout the Arctic.

26 April 2018

Shoveling snow for seals

Shoveling snow for seals

Winters are warmer in Finland due to climate change, which makes nesting more difficult for the extremely endangered Saimaa ringed seal. That’s why we grabbed our shovels and headed out to...

12 February 2018

Polar bears don’t have passports

Polar bears don’t have passports

Ensuring polar bears have the best chance of survival needs collaborative action on two fronts. The first front is the The Circumpolar Action Plan for the Conservation of Polar Bears (CAP).

30 January 2018

Marine mammals sending a clear message about climate change

Marine mammals sending a clear message about climate change

Climate change is affecting wildlife and we need to act now to preserve it.

27 November 2017

Caribou: 13 facts about one of Canada's most at-risk species

Caribou: 13 facts about one of Canada's most at-risk species

The Arctic is home to some of Canada’s most iconic animals. With its tall and flat antlers, the stately caribou is among one of the most recognizable – and the most at risk.

7 October 2017

Wildlife milestone achieved after 30-year effort

Wildlife milestone achieved after 30-year effort

It’s a place of indescribable natural beauty. It’s the Arctic home of three-quarters of the planet’s narwhal and a place where millions of seabirds arrive in summer to raise their youn...

23 August 2017