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Canada’s Arctic Marine Atlas
Canada’s Arctic Marine Atlas
17 September 2018
Canadian Arctic Greywater Report
Canadian Arctic Greywater Report
17 August 2018
The Circle 01.18
The Circle 01.18
1 May 2018
Polar Bear CAP Scorecard
Polar Bear CAP Scorecard
30 January 2018
Marine mammals of Hudson Strait
Marine mammals of Hudson Strait
25 May 2017
Factsheet: Keeping people and polar bears safe
Factsheet: Keeping people and polar bears safe
26 February 2016

Meet the team

Mark Brooks

Mark Brooks

WWF-Canada

Specialist, Arctic oil and gas

Doug Chiasson

Doug Chiasson

WWF-Canada

Senior Specialist, Arctic Fisheries

Paul Crowley

Paul Crowley

WWF-Canada

Vice President, Arctic

Andrew Dumbrille

Andrew Dumbrille

WWF-Canada

Senior Specialist, Arctic shipping

Martine Giangioppi

Martine Giangioppi

WWF-Canada

Senior specialist, Arctic marine conservation

Erin Keenan

Erin Keenan

WWF-Canada

Specialist, Eastern Arctic

Brandon Laforest

Brandon Laforest

WWF-Canada

Senior specialist, Arctic species & ecosystems

Martha Lenio

Martha Lenio

WWF-Canada

Specialist, renewable energy, Arctic

Melissa Nacke

Melissa Nacke

WWF-Canada

Specialist, Arctic shipping and marine conservation

Colleen Parker

Colleen Parker

WWF-Canada

Specialist, Western Arctic

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