WWF-Canada Blog:

The need for renewable energy in the Arctic
How Arctic communities are reducing their environmental impacts and increasing their economic opportunities.

A frozen security blanket for the world
How saving the Arctic really means saving ourselves.

Climate change by the numbers
Over the next two weeks, leaders of 195 countries will meet in Paris at COP21 to negotiate a new global agreement on climate change. Here's what you need to know.

The right to be cold
This December, in Paris, the world needs to reach consensus about the urgency of acting to mitigate the changing climate, and agree on a path forward. In Canada’s Arctic, we are seeing the results of climatic change already.

Polar Bear on Thin Ice: Melting sculpture represents plight of people and polar bears in the North
As we approach the twenty-first United Nations Conference of the Parties on climate change (COP 21), Equiterre and WWF-Canada are teaming up to present an art project called Polar Bear on Thin Ice. The event will illustrate the impacts of climate disruption using an ice sculpture of a polar bear, an outdoor video projection, and a conference on Arctic issues.