Take action! Save Our Sea Ice and keep polar bears in the Arctic, always.
Enjoy these highlights from last fall's Polar Bear Cam—and be sure to return in late October for LIVE footage of the polar bear migration.
Also make plans to join us for our Tundra Connections webcasts. You'll have the chance to meet scientists, see polar bears, and ask questions!
Our Fall Tundra Connections webcasts will begin in late October. In the meantime, take a virtual trip to the tundra with us through these favorite clips from last year's polar bear migration. And don't forget to make a pledge and/or share a photo in the Commit List and Gallery below!
Join us in celebrating Polar Bear Week with us, every week, by signing our Petition for Polar Bears! And then take the next step by reducing your greenhouse gas footprint through additional energy-saving actions.
Today I commit to:
According to the EPA, if every American changed at least ONE bulb to an Energy Star bulb, we would save enough energy to light THREE MILLION homes for a year.
If every American adjusted their thermostat by just one degree, it would save as much energy as the state of Iowa uses in an entire year!
In the U.S. alone, the energy wasted each year by phantom power is equal to the output from 18 typical power plant stations!
If every household and business switched to Energy Star products, the CO2 savings would be like taking 17 MILLION CARS off the road!
Scale up! The more people who commit to the Power Down Challenge, the less energy we'll waste—and the less CO2 we'll pump into the atmosphere.
If air leaks were sealed in every home in ONE small city, it could cut as much CO2 as conserving 1,600,000 gallons of gasoline every year!
When the city of Boulder, Colorado promoted a program that encouraged residents to leave their cars at home one day a week, they saved more CO2 than a car would emit driving to the moon and back!
Let world leaders know you want meaningful action on climate change by sharing our Petition for Polar Bears—and then invite others to sign, too!