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Making noise for quieter ships: Why we need to reduce underwater noise pollution

Making noise for quieter ships: Why we need to reduce underwater noise pollution

Commercial shipping is the most significant contributor to underwater noise, and its impacts on marine species and the marine environment have been well-documented worldwide. Yet noise pollu...

4 February 2022

Calling all Arctic youth: Share your vision for the future!

Calling all Arctic youth: Share your vision for the future!

ARE YOU 30 YEARS OLD or younger and passionate about life in the Arctic? Do you have a vision of what you want the Arctic to look like in 30 years—and what it will take to get there? WWF...

14 January 2022

WWF calls on Senior Arctic Officials to advance work on a whole-ocean approach to conservation

WWF calls on Senior Arctic Officials to advance work on a whole-ocean approach to conservation

Stockholm, Sweden – The Senior Arctic Official (SAO) Chair, Nikolay Korchunov, welcomed delegates to the first plenary meeting of the SAOs during the Russian Chairmanship (2021-2023), orga...

2 December 2021

The EU has developed its new Arctic Policy – why is the Arctic so important for the EU?

The EU has developed its new Arctic Policy – why is the Arctic so important for the EU?

Last month, the EU unveiled its new Arctic Policy. Despite that only a handful of EU members are Arctic nations, the EU plays an important role in shaping the region. The Arctic Programme�...

17 November 2021

Mountain and Polar groups seek urgent COP26 decision

Mountain and Polar groups seek urgent COP26 decision

Climate talks lacking knowledge of the permanent global impacts from glacier and ice sheet loss, they say, and this must change.

9 November 2021

First “Golden Hen” for sustainable commitment: WWF congratulates “Eisbär-Frau” Sybille Klenzendorf

First “Golden Hen” for sustainable commitment: WWF congratulates “Eisbär-Frau” Sybille Klenzendorf

The “Golden Hen” audience award this year went to Dr. Sybille Klenzendorf, Program Manager for Species Conservation Science and Monitoring at WWF Germany. Dr. Klenzendorf provides intell...

1 November 2021

COP26 Arctic events

COP26 Arctic events

Here are some other COP26 Arctic-related events to check out.

25 October 2021

COP26 EVENT | 50% Reductions by 2030 for 1.5°C: No Negotiating with the World’s Ice

COP26 EVENT | 50% Reductions by 2030 for 1.5°C: No Negotiating with the World’s Ice

Date and time: 3 November 2021 from 9:30-10:30 GMT.

25 October 2021

The numbers do not add up for new Arctic oil and gas

The numbers do not add up for new Arctic oil and gas

This past week, we have heard multiple voices about the ever-increasing bad business of investing in fossil fuels.  If we are to limit the global temperature rise and halt the already devas...

15 October 2021

WWF's Arctic Programme is looking for a Senior Specialist, Sustainable Development

WWF's Arctic Programme is looking for a Senior Specialist, Sustainable Development

WWF's Arctic Programme is looking for a Senior Specialist, Sustainable Development. The deadline to apply is November 11, 2021.

13 October 2021

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