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Tag: Beaufort Sea

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A moment of silence for the Arctic

Royal Dutch Shell’s announcement that it has abandoned oil exploration in offshore Alaska means the Arctic is better off today and “for the foreseeable future”. Read More
Royal Dutch Shell’s announcement that it has abandoned oil exploration in offshore Alaska means the Arctic is better off...
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Year-end announcement is a gift for the Beaufort Sea

The recent decision of a major oil company to abandon its proposal to circumvent a longstanding safety requirement for Arctic drilling is good news for the Arctic. WWF-Canada is not prepared to accept anything... Read More
The recent decision of a major oil company to abandon its proposal to circumvent a longstanding safety requirement for...
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Polar bear subpopulation declines as Arctic warms

WWF calls for action on climate and investment in research as southern Beaufort Sea polar bear population drops 25-50% in 10 years Read More
WWF calls for action on climate and investment in research as southern Beaufort Sea polar bear population drops 25-50%...
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Failure not an option for Arctic offshore drilling

Some of the world’s biggest oil companies want to drill deep in the waters of Canada’s Beaufort Sea and they want to do it without a proven safety net – WWF says this should... Read More
Some of the world’s biggest oil companies want to drill deep in the waters of Canada’s Beaufort Sea and...
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Talking about Arctic issues

With Canada’s Prime Minister visiting the Canadian Arctic this week, WWF’s President and CEO was asked to reflect on today’s important Arctic issues. Read More
With Canada’s Prime Minister visiting the Canadian Arctic this week, WWF’s President and CEO was asked to reflect on...
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