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Researchers with the U.S. Geological Survey, Washington State University and conservation group Polar Bears International
For polar bears and for all of us, the world is starting to come together, with peer pressure, a drop in the cost of renewables, and a growing recognition of the need to take action all playing a role.
Happy International Polar Bear Day! Arctic warming, made worse by greenhouse gas emissions from human activities, is one
It's Polar Bear Week again! That means it's time to indulge in hours of a polar bear live-stream during the annual bear migration
These polar bears look ready for a swim -- but there is more to the story. If climatic trends continue, polar bears face
(h/t Time) Some of the bears' behavior caught on camera surprised even the experts -- especially a scene in which the female
A polar bear carcass found on the Arctic island of Svalbard, the northernmost part of Norway, has shocked experts who say climate change may be to blame for the animal's death.
Speaking to NBC News, Cooper warned that all polar bears may meet the same fate in the next 10 to 20 years. "We had to push
One thing we've always been acutely aware of is that travel to and in Canada's north can be prohibitively expensive. At the same time, we are passionate about people experiencing this incredible part of the world.
In addition to their fur and fat, their bodies tell us how polar bears have adapted to their harsh environment. "It's clear
“It’s really a story about hope and survival, and the fact that we all who watch this can make a difference to the polar
Jenny Ross, Polar Bear Photographer, Describes Uncertain Fate Of Animals In Russian Arctic (GRAPHIC PHOTOS)
Over 30 years ago, Ian Stirling initiated long-term research on Canada's Western Hudson Bay (WHB) population of polar bears
SCROLL DOWN FOR GRUESOME PHOTOS OF THE POLAR BEAR EATING A CUB. Also in 2009, a video on MSNBC reported that tourists witnessed
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Polar bears fasting on land lose about two pounds per day, and it's not clear how much longer it will be before the ice freezes and bears here can go back out onto the ice to hunt seals.
Climate change will trigger a dramatic and sudden decline in the number of polar bears, a new study has concluded. Read more