It is true – if things continue as they’re right now, our kids can grow up in an age where there are no polar bears. The Arctic is melting.
The pace at which it’s warming is double that of the rest of the planet. The more snow that melts, the longer shadowy sea which gets vulnerable, which brings more warmth, and accelerate the melting much more.
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Polar bears need the ice to endure. Without ice, polar bears don’t have any platform to stand while they search seal. This isn’t only a sentimental statement geared toward making you feel awful for the polar bears – that really is true.
The sad part is that it’s our fault, and also the ramifications of global warming will probably be far-reaching than polar bears – it’ll affect us all. Read More about how we can save polar bears from extinction.
Greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and petroleum-operated vehicles are most likely the biggest contributors. The US generates more greenhouse gases than any other country on the planet.
So what exactly can we do?
Everything and anything. To start with, it will most likely be beneficial to prevent fishing in the Arctic to guard the couple polar bears which are abandoned.
Renewable energy resources are imperative. Renewable energy will reduce our greenhouse gas emissions AND permit us to prevent drilling at the Arctic and further disrupting the ecosystem.
Decrease your own waste. 1 easy means to do so is to begin using reusable shopping bags rather than plastic bags and start composting a few of your garbage.
You will believe you’re just 1 individual and can not actually make a huge difference. On the other hand, the effect comes when most people start doing small things to help the environment.
We have some momentum going with this green movement – let us take it to another level. . .if not for me personally, for its 100% totally innocent polar bears that are currently afflicted by our indiscretions.