01 May '12, 6pm

When it comes to #climate change, polar bears are on thin ice. Learn why in a free webinar

Join a free webinar on the effects of climate change on polar bears Sponsored by WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures When : Wednesday, May 2, 2012 Time : 3 p.m. Eastern (2 p.m. Central, 1 p.m. Mountain, 12 p.m. Pacific) To register : Click here The plight of polar bears in the wild is intensifying each year. As Arctic sea ice levels decrease to record lows, polar bears are very quickly losing the habitat that is vital to their survival, becoming iconic symbols of threats to wildlife from a changing climate. To learn more about polar bears and the effects of climate change, we invite you to join WWF and our primary tour operator Natural Habitat Adventures for a live online presentation. WWF experts Margaret Williams (Managing Director, Arctic Program) and Nick Sundt (Director, Climate Change Communications) and NHA founder and director Ben Bressler will explore the importance ...

Full article: http://www.worldwildlife.org/travel/polar-bears-webinar.html

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