Global Warming

November 23, 2014 in News Tags: , ,

The biggest danger faced by the polar bears is global warming. Global warming has compressed the sea ice from the Poles, which leads to a life more difficult for polar bears. Pollution and transportation of hydrocarbons also embody a danger. Without changes, this mammal could disappear in the coming years. Instructions keep away from buying any product that is made with a polar bear and at any time participate in the hunting of polar bear unless it is a traditional crop of control. Illegal hunting, trophy hunting and poaching can be a serious threat to some populations of polar bears. Traditional crops by local communities do not have the same problem, and can sustain without endangering the populations of polar bears in general.

Support research that will allow scientists and conservationists better understand the polar bears. Find out more about their habitat, hunting habits, your health and other behaviors can lead to better solutions to save polar bears. The worldwide Fund for nature, for example, sponsoring research aimed at learning more about these large bears. Reduce their dependence on oil and gas. Exploration, extraction and transport of oil and gas in the Arctic creates a danger not only for polar bears, but also for other mammals and fish.

The oil spills in the seas frozen or partially frozen can be extremely difficult to clean. Contact with authorities and Government officials to encourage them to protect the habitats of the Arctic from the effects of global warming. National policies can slow the rate of global warming and protect the habitat of the polar bear. Do your part to help stop global warming. Even small acts like driving less, recycle, use fluorescent bulbs and turn off electronics when you’re not using them, together, they can make a difference. Consider planting trees and donate money to organizations that you fight against climate change. Help reduce pollution by products using environmentally safe in and around your home.

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