Outside the Arctic
What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic.
A new deal for nature and people globally is a win for the Arctic, too
The Arctic is at the hard edge of many of the biggest challenges facing the world today. Global warming, melting sea ice and ocean pollution all have direct implications for Arctic biodiversity as well as for communities that rely on nature’s services for everything from cultural identities to livelihoods.Read more
How we work
WWF's global work to reduce human-wildlife conflict is based in our Netherlands office.
WWF was part of a group that presented the British government with ideas for a set of principles that could govern the work of the UK government, and UK companies in the Arctic.
WWF is advancing ideas and tools to create more sustainable investment and development in the Arctic.
With its relatively warm ocean currents and high biodiversity, the Barents is one of Europe’s last large, clean and relatively undisturbed marine ecosystems.
WWF's US office in Anchorage works on Arctic issues across Alaska, and on conservation challenges that cross borders.