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www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2018/02/polar-bears-starve-melting-sea-ice...

Polar Bears Really Are Starving Because of Global Warming, Study Shows New science sheds more light on recent controversy over how much the large carnivores are being impacted by melting sea ice.

www.britannica.com/explore/savingearth/polar-bears-and-global-warming

Polar Bears and Global Warming Global Warming This article was originally published on December 7, 2009, at Britannica’s Advocacy for Animals , a blog dedicated to inspiring respect for and better treatment of animals and the environment.

www.nytimes.com/2017/01/09/science/polar-bears-global-warming-climate-change.html

Polar bears in Kaktovik, Alaska. Federal wildlife officials have warned that without decisive action on global warming, the bears will almost certainly disappear from much of the Arctic.

fee.org/articles/the-myth-that-the-polar-bear-population-is-declining

Data from conservation groups and the government show that the polar bear population is roughly five times what it was in the 1950s and three or four times what it was in the 1970s when polar bears became protected under international treaty. ... sparked outcry over the decimation of polar bears due to global warming. The ... protection of the ...

climate.nasa.gov/news/2499/polar-bears-across-the-arctic-face-shorter-sea-ice...

The Polar Bear Specialist Group used the sea ice metric as a measure of polar bear habitat in the IUCN Red List assessment of polar bears, which assesses the conservation status of polar bears. The researchers plan to update their findings each year as new ice coverage data are available.

www.investors.com/.../no-global-warming-isnt-killing-off-the-polar-bears

A tragic video shows a dying polar bear. The media's immediate conclusion: global warming. Once again, the green narrative gets in the way of the truth.

www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2018/02/01/climate-change-making-polar-bears...

Climate change is making polar bears go hungry, study finds. Brigitte Osterath. ... Polar bears in a warming world. The fact that climate change might hit polar bears hard is not a surprise.

www.wwf.org.uk/learn/wildlife/polar-bears

The polar bear is the world's largest living carnivore found across the Arctic ocean, in parts of Canada, Alaska, Russia, Greenland and Norway. It also possesses a remarkable sense of smell and will follow the trail of its prey or a mating partner for miles and days. These apex predators of the frozen landscape are particularly vulnerable to sea ice loss since their main prey - seals - require...

polarbearsinternational.org/climate-change

Polar bears never have faced periods as warm as we could see in the next 50 years. There have been warmer periods in the past, but they were not only cooler than what we will experience if we don’t reduce greenhouse gas emissions, they were part of natural cycles of warming and cooling.

www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/01/09/without-action-on...

More than two-thirds of the world’s polar bears will be killed off by 2050 — the species completely gone from Alaska — because of thinning sea ice from global warming in the Arctic ...