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International Polar Bear Day, February 27

Take part in this special day by donating, tuning into our live events, participating in our "Survive to 5 Challenge" and more.

Take part in this special day by donating, tuning into our live events, participating in our "Survive to 5 Challenge" and more.

Top 10 Conservation Highlights in 2023

As we look back over the past year, we wanted to take a moment to highlight the progress we made together on behalf of polar bears in 2023.

As we look back over the past year, we wanted to take a moment to highlight the progress we made together on behalf of polar bears in 2023.

Sharing Climate Hope Over the Holidays

Our chief climate scientist shares his thoughts on the state of climate progress and the changes taking place. He also responds to the most frequent misconceptions about climate solutions.

Our chief climate scientist shares his thoughts on the state of climate progress and the changes taking place. He also responds to the most frequent misconceptions about climate solutions.

Important News

A landmark new paper from our chief scientist emeritus addresses a loophole in the Endangered Species Act, paving the way for removing the current roadblock to polar bear protections.

A landmark new paper from our chief scientist emeritus addresses a loophole in the Endangered Species Act, paving the way for removing the current roadblock to polar bear protections.

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Polar Bears in the News

Love polar bears? Explore global media coverage on polar bears and our work.

Love polar bears? Explore global media coverage on polar bears and our work.

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Polar Bear Tracker

Follow wild polar bears and learn how their movements are linked to the changing sea ice.

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Tundra Connections Webcasts

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Make a Difference

We’re dedicated to conserving polar bears and the sea ice they depend on. Through media, science, and advocacy, we work to inspire people to care about the Arctic, the threats to its future, and the connection between this remote region and our global climate.

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Press Release

New Paper Provides Climate Policy Framework

A groundbreaking new study by our chief scientist emeritus quantifies the impact of greenhouse gas emissions on polar bears, removing an obstacle that prevented climate action.

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