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Pan-Arctic

Since 1992, WWF's Arctic Programme has focused on conservation across the circumpolar world.

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The Circle 04.18
The Circle 04.18
1 October 2018
The Circle 03.18
The Circle 03.18
17 July 2018
The Circle 02.18
The Circle 02.18
5 June 2018
Circumpolar Conservation of Walruses
Circumpolar Conservation of Walruses
4 May 2018
The Circle 01.18
The Circle 01.18
1 May 2018
Polar Bear CAP Scorecard
Polar Bear CAP Scorecard
30 January 2018

Meet the team

Leanne Clare

Leanne Clare

WWF Arctic Coordinating Team

Senior Manager, Communications

Melanie Lancaster

Melanie Lancaster

WWF Arctic Coordinating Team

Senior Specialist, Arctic species

Lotta Manninen

Lotta Manninen

WWF Arctic Coordinating Team

Senior specialist, governance

Simon Walmsley

Simon Walmsley

WWF Arctic Coordinating Team

Senior Specialist, Arctic Sustainable Development

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