The bears are back on the ice hunting seals, but our highlights from the fall polar bear migration are a fun recap of the season.
You can help #saveourseaice by signing our Petition for Polar Bears. Also pledge to green your holidays in our Commit List below, and then share a photo or video of your actions in our gallery.
We hope you enjoy these highlights from this year's polar bear migration! This fall's Tundra Connections webcasts have ended, but we've posted links to archives on our Fall Schedule so you can watch those that you may have missed.
Sign our Petition for Polar Bears! Then take the next step by greening your holidays to reduce your carbon footprint and help #saveourseaice.
Today I commit to:
LED light strands use about 70% less energy than incandescent lights and last ten times longer. When making the switch, look for Energy Star qualified LEDs and don’t forget to recycle the old strands—easily done at local home improvement stores.
Why waste energy? Set a timer so your lights turn on when it gets dark and switch off when you go to bed.
Consider homemade baked goods, jams, or knitted scarves as gifts—or give the gift of an experience, like tickets to a play. Another idea: a donation to a nonprofit in a loved one’s honor.
Save gas by eliminating extra weight in your car—especially heavy items that you don’t need. If space permits, carry cargo in your trunk rather than the top of the car.
Want to change businesses? Tell them with your dollars. Use as your guide to climate-friendly companies.
Understand the life cycle of a product before you buy it. Can you fix it when it breaks? Can you recycle it when it’s worn out?
We know you can’t get to zero carbon, but you can balance the equation by offsetting the rest.
Show how you’re doing your part to help polar bears! Share photos or videos of your actions on Instagram with the hashtag #saveourseaice and we'll add them to our gallery.