How we work
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Arctic Ocean

As the Arctic's ice melts, the world is eyeing the shipping routes and natural resources of the Arctic Ocean.

Why it matters

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90% of goods travel by ship, and Arctic routes are opening up
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Vast resources are becoming available
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Warming waters bring new challenges
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Marine ecosystems transcend political boundaries
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A noisier Arctic disrupts marine life

How we work

Publications

Getting it right in a new ocean - report
Getting it right in a new ocean - report
26 November 2018
Getting it right in a new ocean - summary
Getting it right in a new ocean - summary
25 November 2018
Canada’s Arctic Marine Atlas
Canada’s Arctic Marine Atlas
17 September 2018
The Last Ice Area introduction
The Last Ice Area introduction
15 September 2018
Canadian Arctic Greywater Report
Canadian Arctic Greywater Report
17 August 2018
Circumpolar Conservation of Walruses
Circumpolar Conservation of Walruses
4 May 2018

Meet the team

WWF-Sweden

Senior Advisor, Arctic and marine

WWF-US

Senior program officer, WWF-US Arctic Field Program

WWF-Canada

Senior Specialist, Arctic Fisheries

WWF-Canada

Senior Specialist, Arctic shipping

WWF-Canada

Senior specialist, Arctic marine conservation

WWF-Canada

Specialist, Arctic shipping and marine conservation

WWF Arctic Coordinating Team

Senior Specialist, Arctic Sustainable Development

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