The WWF's Global Arctic Programme celebrates this year its 20th anniversary of the creation of a WWF body to champion conservation in the Arctic.
When WWF was founded in 1992 it says that there was very limited understanding of the Arctic and its importance. That has however changed, and interest today is great from all over the world.
The WWF issues a magazine produced by the WWF Global Arctic Programme called The Circle, four times a year. Each issue focuses on a specific Arctic-related topic.
The Circle is distributed free to around 3,000 arctic stakeholders worldwide, including government officials and publicly-elected representatives, indigenous organisations, conservationists, scientists, NGOs, libraries, and business executives.
Its goal is to inform decision-makers, scientists and the interested public about arctic environmental and development issues.
The latest issue is fresh and it celebrates the history of the Global Arctic Programme, and its ongoing mission to ensure a resilient, sustainable future for the Arctic.
Click here to download the latest magazine.