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  • Report: US Communities and Wildlife Would Be Affected by Arctic Oil Spill

    July 25, 2014

    New research mapping a range of oil spill scenarios in the Canadian Beaufort Sea finds that a spill would likely reach the U.S. shorelines of Alaska and could affect the local communities and wildlife living there.

  • Polar Bear Mom and Cub Snuggle in the Snow

    February 27, 2014

    Polar bears usually give birth to twin cubs that stick around for about two years. Take a look at a mother polar bear and her cub snuggling in the snow.

    Polar Bear
  • Tracking Polar Bears—at the Age of 100

    November 13, 2013

    WWF member Elsa Bailey realizes a lifelong dream at the age of 100 as she tracks polar bears in the Arctic.

    Elsa Bailey on her polar bear adventure
  • Polar Bear Patrol

    February 06, 2013

    WWF works with Arctic communities to protect people and polar bears from avoidable cases of conflict

    Polar bear
  • WWF Works to Protect Alaska as Oil and Gas Drilling Raises Concerns

    August 30, 2012

    Shell Oil Company has been granted permission by the U.S. government to begin preparatory drilling in Alaska’s Chukchi Sea. Layla Hughes, WWF’s expert on oil and gas development, shares her concerns and what WWF is doing to address them.

    Arctic landscape
  • Infographic: The Solar Revolution

    Our energy choices make a difference. Not just in our homes but for polar bears, snow leopards and every species. Fortunately, solar provides a clean and abundant source of energy. All over the US, people are saving money and the planet by going solar. Learn how with this infographic.

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