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Cause - Wildlife & Animal Rights. Polar Bears International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the worldwide conservation of the polar bear and its habitat through research, stewardship, and education.
Latest Activity: Nov 17, 2011
10.10.10 Photos. Find more photos like this on One Day On Earth Youth participating in a Polar Bears International Youth Leadership Camp...the fifteen youth attending were from all over the world. About Polar Bears International:
Polar bears. They’re what we’re all about. Entirely. We know that if we can assure the survival of the polar bear—the creature in most immediate peril from climate change and pollutants—we’ll have created a better planet for all its flora, fauna, water, and air. Polar Bears International's vision is to be recognized globally as the preeminent resource for polar bear information and education, and to have a measurable impact on the stewardship of polar bear populations and preservation of polar bear habitat by 2015. We provide scientific resources and information on polar bears and their habitat to institutions and the general public worldwide.
Our primary "call to action" is to create media that inspires action to reduce CO2 emissions as it is through the reduction of greenhouse gases that we can stop climate change in an effort to protect polar bear habitat.
Because the ice formed three weeks later than usual in November 2009 and then broke up over three weeks earlier in Spring 2010, I am very concerned about the condition of the bears in the area and…Continue
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