Take action! Save Our Sea Ice and keep polar bears in the Arctic, always.
Today I commit to:
Join us in making this a habit—and adjust your thermostat even more when at night and when you’re not at home. Explore how new technology can optimize this.
For International Polar Bear Day, organize an ugly sweater day to invite conversation and build support for action on climate change. Share photos from your event in our gallery! Post them on Instagram with #saveourseaice.
Without a protective blanket of insulation, the cold seeps right in—and the warmth from your heater seeps out, wasting energy and creating additional greenhouse gas pollution.
Such a simple step, but what an impact! Your home will feel cozier and you’ll stop heating (or cooling) the great outdoors.
Make weatherstripping and caulking a community project: not only will this lower utility bills for those in need, but it will make their homes more comfortable and reduce greenhouse gas pollution.
Inspire businesses and community organizations to join you in the Thermostat Challenge. See our Thermostat Challenge Community Action Toolkit. Also check out how individuals actions scale up to make a BIG difference!
Help spread the word and encourage others to join you. Share our pre-made social media images for a fun way to get started!
Let world leaders know that you want meaningful action on climate change by sharing our Petition for Polar Bears—and then invite others to sign, too!
Are you bundling up for polar bears? Or taking other steps to help? Share photos or videos of your actions on Instagram with #saveourseaice and we'll add them to our gallery.
Our highlights from the fall polar bear migration are a fun recap of the season.
To help keep wild polar bears in the Arctic, always, make a International Polar Bear Day pledge (or two, or three!) in our Commit List above—and then share a photo or video of your actions in our gallery. (To share, post them on Instagram with #saveourseaice.)
We hope you enjoy these highlights from last fall's polar bear migration! Also be sure to check out our Tundra Connections webcasts from last fall. We've posted links on our Fall Schedule so you can watch archives of those that you may have missed.