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Paul Crowley Vice President, Arctic Conservation at WWF-Canada

Paul Crowley is the vice president of Arctic conservation at WWF-Canada. A long-time resident of Nunavut, Paul joined WWF-Canada in 2014. He has worked on sustainable development in the Arctic and internationally for over 20 years. He served as principal secretary to the premier of Nunavut, Eva Aariak, and also closely supported Sheila Watt-Cloutier, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, to introduce human rights into U.N. climate negotiations. He works in Iqaluit and is a lawyer by training. In 2000, he travelled to the North Pole by dog sled.

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