11/19/2010 2:01:50 PM

George Stroumouloupolos Reports

George Stroumboulopoulos during filming on the tundraThe sea ice formation on Hudson Bay is a month behind schedule, and temperatures near Churchill are six to eight degrees above normal.

In this news clip, George Stroumbouloupolos of CBC News does a great job of summarizing the lack of sea ice—and why that ice is so important to polar bears. The talk show host visited Churchill in mid-November to report on the polar bear migration.

George Stroumbouloupolos, left, during filming on the tundra. Snow has since fallen in Churchill, but the ice coverage remains at a record low.

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