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"Its fate is not determined by the stars, but by our willingness and ability to address climate change."
BEAR in mind, cables are not for eating.
When we think about election issues, animal welfare is rarely top of mind. Still, a survey conducted by Environics Research Group for the International Fund for Animal Welfare has found that a majority of Canadians -- 55 per cent -- said that animal issues will affect who they vote for on Oct.19.
But don't be too quick to blame climate change.
Populations elsewhere — in Alaska, Russia, Norway and around Hudson Bay, northern Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador — are likely to decrease or greatly decrease by the year 2050.
We have chosen to focus our efforts on one of the most critical -- and most debated -- aspects of offshore drilling: the ability to stop a ruptured well from gushing crude oil into the Arctic Ocean in a timely fashion. For us, this is the most risky, most troubling issue that could arise, as illustrated in WWF's recent Beaufort Sea oil spill modelling research.
A Montreal woman who survived a polar bear attack in northern Manitoba last year is warning others not to assume their provincial
Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq sparked debate Thursday by sharing a photo of a dead polar bear on Twitter and encouraging
A Tory MP has used the findings of U.S. climate skeptics to conclude the global polar bear population is flourishing. Ryan
February 27 marks National Polar Bear Day, a day to raise awareness for declining numbers of polar bears worldwide. Canada