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We are the walrus

For people who have problems visualizing climate change, this is what it can look like in the Arctic – 35,000 walruses crowded onto an Alaskan beach, driven there by the loss of their preferred resting and feeding place on coastal ice.

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Putting the green in Greenland – and the rap in rapport

WWF is part of a “Students on Ice” expedition from Arctic Canada to Greenland, both sponsoring students, and helping give the students useful skills. WWF staff member Sue Novotny is on board, and is sending blogs about the expedition. After four days exploring Labrador, southern Greenland seems both familiar and new to the students. The […]

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Torngat memories and memorials

WWF is part of a “Students on Ice” expedition from Arctic Canada to Greenland, both sponsoring students, and helping give the students useful skills. WWF staff member Sue Novotny is on board, and is sending blogs about the expedition. Traditionally, ships visiting this part of Labrador would be met with an incongruous sight – a […]

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