Live a More Eco-Friendly Lifestyle
This is one of the easiest things you can do to help save the Polar Bears. Turn down your thermostat a little bit in the winter, walk places instead of driving, take public transportation as much as possible. Limiting the amount of fuels going into the atmosphere cant help reduce pollution and climate change affecting the bear’shabitats.
Recycle Recycle Recycle
This is something we’re all guilty of sometimes its just easier to throw out your plastic bottle or can in the regular trash and forget that it even happened. Well, a lot of that garbage is being dumped and can cause major issues in our eco-system. So next time your looking to throw out a bottle or can maybe just hold on to it until there is a recycling bin nearby.
Adopt A Polar Bear!
Well, not actually ADOPT one but figuratively adopt it. The World Wildlife Fund has a great program where you can adopt a bear for $55 dollars and get a cool kit that comes along with a Plush doll, certificate and more! All the money from their sales goes to help the conservation of these gentle giants habitats.
Join WWF’s Action Center!
The World Wildlife Fund does amazing work all around the world and you can be apart of it all. Joining their team online is as simple as putting in your email address. From there you can find out how you can help more and what congressman and senators you can contact to take action!
Knowledge is power and learning everything you can about these creatures is part of the process of saving them. There are plenty of documentaries that document the lives of Polar Bears. Netflix has a slew of documentaries based on Polar Bears that you can check out or watch the critically acclaimed “Planet Earth” series to learn more.
Source: Gabriel Pabon
Manager’s Office Team