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WWF Arctic Programme at Copenhagen 09

We have an ‘Arctic Tent’ on Nytorv, a main public square in Copenhagen (see location on Google Maps). We have invited Indigenous peoples, scientists, artists, youth and even an Inuit circus troupe into the... Read More
We have an ‘Arctic Tent’ on Nytorv, a main public square in Copenhagen (see location on Google Maps). We...
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COP15: The human rights of climate change

Climate change is a human rights issue for the indigenous peoples of the Arctic because the actions of people in other parts of the world are depriving arctic peoples of their traditional ways of... Read More
Climate change is a human rights issue for the indigenous peoples of the Arctic because the actions of people...
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WWF/TRAFFIC: Experts Gather to Confer on the Science, Management and Trade in Corallium

International experts, including Ernie Cooper, WWF-Canada Director, TRAFFIC & Wildlife Trade, today concluded four days of sharing information and efforts to end the unsustainable harvest and trade in Corallium (red and pink corals).   ... Read More
International experts, including Ernie Cooper, WWF-Canada Director, TRAFFIC & Wildlife Trade, today concluded four days of sharing information and...
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5 ways to be green this holiday season

Alongside being a celebration of friendship, family, and whichever holiday you choose to raise a glass to – the holidays can be a stressful, wasteful, costly time of year. But before the 'Grinch' name... Read More
Alongside being a celebration of friendship, family, and whichever holiday you choose to raise a glass to – the...
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