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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

Shocking bears

Shocking bears

One constant in the world of bears is that people and bears are increasingly getting in each other’s way.

16 June 2017

Whales & ocean noise

Whales & ocean noise

Undersea noise pollution - from oil and gas exploration, ships, and other industrial sources - makes it difficult for whales to find each other. It can even damage their hearing.

10 May 2017

Changed Arctic, changed world

Changed Arctic, changed world

It is likely that many people alive today will see the end of the Arctic as we know it.

25 April 2017

A polar bear biologist weighs in on 2016’s Arctic ice loss

A polar bear biologist weighs in on 2016’s Arctic ice loss

To understand the threat to polar bears from climate change, one only has to examine the trends in sea ice across the Arctic.

30 November 2016

Explore a key part of the Last Ice Area

Explore a key part of the Last Ice Area

Exploring Lancaster Sound, a remote and biodiverse region in Canada’s high Arctic, is easier than ever thanks to an interactive map.

11 May 2016

Polar Bears and the Numbers Game

Polar Bears and the Numbers Game

There used to be an estimated 20,000 – 25,000 polar bears, but that estimate has been updated to 22,000 – 31,000. Does this mean there are more polar bears now? Probably not - we just h...

1 April 2016

Protect the Arctic’s Last Ice

Protect the Arctic’s Last Ice

Sea ice is the foundation of Arctic marine life. WWF’s Mette Frost is working to shape the future of a region where Arctic sea ice is likely to persist the longest – the Last Ice Area.

1 December 2014

THE THIN ICE BLOG

Stories from WWF's work in the Arctic, around the pole.

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