jesse evans
jesse evans Campaign leader

Polar bears, the charismatic icon of the Arctic environment, have long been a focus in World Wildlife Fund for Nature’s on-the-ground research and conservation projects in the Arctic, going back to 1972 – and climate change is a primary focus of its global conservation efforts. Polar Bears…Read More

jesse evans
jesse evans Campaign leader

Loss of sea ice affects polar bears because there is: reduced access to food (seals), a drop in body conditions, lower cub survival rates, an increase in drowning, an increase in cannibalism, and loss of access to denning areas. Polar bears are now much skinnier, have fewer cubs and the cubs they…Read More

jesse evans
jesse evans Campaign leader

The main threat to polar bears is climate change because it melts sea ice. Climate change, is the result of greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the atmosphere act like a blanket that keeps the earth warm. Over the past 200 years, humans have greatly increased the level of GHGs in the…Read More

jesse evans
jesse evans Campaign leader

in this photo you can see that the polar bear is stranded and cant get food and is slowly going to die

help the polar bears by reducing climate change.
jesse evans
jesse evans Campaign leader

Polar bears live in the Arctic Ocean on the sea ice. The worldwide population of polar bears is between 20 000 and 25 000 animals. Because of ongoing and potential loss of their sea ice habitat resulting from climate change, polar bears were listed as a threatened species in May 2008. The survival…Read More

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