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What is it like to study polar bears in remote Arctic locations? Venture into the field with us via our photos and blog posts.
Our challenges will keep you engaged in polar bear conservation. Photo © Daniel J. Cox/Natural Exposures.
Our Project Polar Bear Contest challenges students to create community projects that reduce CO2.
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Polar Bears International’s chief scientist, Steve Amstrup, will be speaking about polar bear conservation at the 2014 Wildlife Conservation... Continue Reading
Here we go again; the climate is setting more records. People around the world are experiencing unusual temperatures due to human-caused... Continue Reading
Temperatures may be soaring outside (and inside!) our Bozeman, Montana, office, but we opened our door in July and two blasts from the Arctic... Continue Reading
In mid-July, a helicopter pilot spotted a 30-meter-wide crater in Russia’s frozen Yanal peninsula in Siberia. There was much conjecture about... Continue Reading