Polar_Bear_-_Alaska_(cropped).jpg 563×565 pixels — Read on upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/66/Polar_Bear_-_Alaska_(cropped).jpg Alan Wilson
apple.news/AZnSwao9QR1CpXpGu-sedrA The expert views expressed in this article seem simplistic. Loss of sea ice – more wildfires. Increments of global warming caused by the burning of fossil fuels and by other factors such as industrial release of warm water are major principals of this climate. There is no evidence that this is a natural cycleContinue reading “Climate Dynamics Are More Involved Than Commonly Thought”
apple.news/Atnm2nd_PT-iazyqcRz14nQ Although a report about Arctic climate change was filed by the U.S. government in 1922, a later addition seemed to predict rising sea levels and the flooding of cities. This addition has nothing to do with the original report. Also, great short video about endangered polar bears. We will continue to lose sea iceContinue reading “1922 Report Was Altered Later”
apple.news/AkT6aeYtPS7KxwYYL89Qk_w Locals tried to free the young female bear from her predicament, but it took vets to release her. She was returned to her habitat with sustenance.
apple.news/AiVQI_pnHTF2csY0_itTMXw Poor Freda. All she wants is a nice place to haul out and rest her weary walrus bones. But humans resent her encroachment on their property. Seems to me walruses have first rights on the coasts, and humans should make way.
youtube.com/watch If this little chunk doesn’t melt your heart, there’s something wrong!
apple.news/ASenHgglBTKCeC736lfLnBQ Better waste management in the North will prevent polar bears from turning to human made trash for survival. They then will adapt in other ways, such as hunting on land instead of at sea. Conflict has happened, and will continue. The direct cause of polar bear scavenging is the loss of sea ice dueContinue reading “Polar Bears Turn to Garbage to Survive”
apple.news/AKOdufxzYTSWIEuPfOnYXxg An isolated colony of polar bears may be coping with establishing new hunting methods in Greenland.
apple.news/AIHv_vqlqTsqa9zk8UC_QgA Humans no longer have a demanding need for whale products. We have electric light, beef, and no-meat proteins. Whale bone and ivory have been replaced with synthetic materials that are safer to use. Whaling was always difficult and dangerous work. It was romanticized in fiction, film and song. The hunt took its toll ofContinue reading