25 September 2015 by Rucha Naware, Earth Hour Global
10 September 2015 by Rucha Naware, Earth Hour Global
Widely regarded as a mythical land, the Arctic seems too far away and remote, but this could not be further from the truth. The Arctic and its unique ecosystem are intricately tied to life on the rest of our planet and as the region warms at a rate of almost twice the global average, here are ten reasons why it affects us all.
While images from the Arctic never fail to leave anyone spellbound, have you ever thought about how life in this seemingly remote region of the world affects us all thousands of miles away? In this Q&A, Clive Tesar from WWF’s Global Arctic Programme explains why climate change in the Arctic should be on top of everyone’s agenda.
29 May 2015 by Emily Logan, Director of Acquisition and Retention, Care2
Polar bears are often seen as the face of climate change, and with good reason: sea ice loss in the Arctic is putting their survival in question. Yet, with far-off furry faces being seen as the symbol, it is sometimes hard for people to believe that climate change will affect them personally. The truth is, we’re already living with the effects of climate change, from extreme weather to...