How are mathmatical models used to better understand polar bears? Mathematician Jody Reimer explains it all to PBI's Alysa McCall.
My colleague, Geoff York, and I recently had the opportunity to convene with researchers, nonprofits, traditional knowledge holders, managers, and hunters from across North America to discuss... Continue Reading
Over the past couple of years, hundreds of thousands of people have signed petitions requesting that Arturo, an aging polar bear in Argentina, be moved from the Mendoza Zoo to a more modern... Continue Reading
Imagine savoring your morning coffee with a polar bear just outside the window and spending the rest of the day observing polar bear behavior and learning about how these amazing creatures... Continue Reading
By Geoff York, Senior Director of Conservation Listening and learning. Sharing perspectives. Networking and engaging in constructive dialogue. During three days in early June, the U.S. Fish... Continue Reading
By Dr. Steven C. Amstrup, Chief Scientist The recent news that the Obama administration has given conditional approval to Shell Oil to drill in the deep waters off the Alaskan coast is cause... Continue Reading
Yesterday, on June 18, Pope Francis delivered his papal encyclical on the environment and climate. This is an important moment for the climate movement as it heightened media attention on... Continue Reading
What do polar bears and pollution have in common? More than you think! PBI's own Alysa McCall chats with Dr. Thea Bechshoft, a post grad student at the University of Alberta.
In a lead up to climate talks in Paris in December, world leaders have come up with some good news that could cut carbon emissions dramatically. One of the most promising outcomes of the G7... Continue Reading