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How to prevent the affects of global warming on polar bears?
The Polar Bear is adapted to living in harsh freezing environments. Because the Polar Bear has not just one, but two layers of fur and can survive temperatures as cold as 50 below zero Fahrenheit. In fact, the Polar Bear is so well suited for Arctic weather, that warmer climates will cause the Polar Bear to overheat. Everything from the size of the Polar Bear’s ears to his or her tail is designed to prevent heat from escaping; the Polar Bear simply cannot survive if the Arctic climate continues to heat up due to global warming.
One of the best ways to prevent the affects of global warming on polar bears is to stop (CO2) Carbon Dioxide emissions. Everyone can do their part to cut down on these terrible wastes and help save the planet. You can find ways to cut back on (CO2) Carbon Dioxide emissions from recycling and reusing products to using energy efficient appliances. The only way to see a halt in global warming is for everyone to make a change, no matter how small those changes may seem. It is everyone’s responsibility to do his or her part and give Polar Bears a chance.

And not only polar bears We should be working together to make the world a better place for everyone, Every little thing you do can help, Turn off your lights when you leave a room, Dont leave the water running when you brush your teeth.. ect
Global Warmings effect has serious consequences for all living organisms, but it is of especially great concern for the polar bear. According to the U.S. Geological Survey Office, reduction in sea ice in the Arctic can see a loss of 2/3rds of the entire word’s Polar Bear population over the next 50 years. 

   There are an estimated 20,000 Polar Bears in the wild and they depend upon the arctic weather for their livelihood. Today, there are many accounts of Polar Bear, global warming deaths attributed to drowning. The Polar Bear is doomed if something isn’t done to reverse the dangers of global warming. Polar Bears depend upon the natural habitat of the Arctic, however global warming has contributed to the growing loss of Arctic Ice. In fact, polar bears have been photographed clinging to tiny ice formations as their natural environment simply melts away, leaving them at the mercy of a climate that they cannot survive in.

In fact, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is currently determining if they should place the Polar Bear on the Endangered Species list due to the many polar bear deaths due to global warming.

As it currently stands, the Polar Bear is not an endangered species but a threatened one. What this means, is that at any time, the Polar Bears habitat could melt away, causing the Polar Bear to face hardships that it has never previously experienced. At any moment, the Polar Bear could change from being threatened to endangered, and ultimately face extinction.
However, there is hope. Since the Polar Bear is threatened, there is still much that we can do to help prevent irreversible tragedies from taking place and cause more global warming. Polar bear habitats must be preserved, protected, and established.