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    Climate Warming and Polar Bears As the climate is changing all over the world, its risks are affecting more vulnerable animals. Canada because of its cold environment and its lands covered with ice, is the place which two-thirds of world polar bears lives in and also, Canada harvests them (Watson, 2009). Polar bears look for food, bring their babies and raise them on sea ice. As the climate is warming, hunting seals, which are the polar bears main food, is getting harder for them as the ice sheet

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    Climate Change and Sea Level Rise

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    Anote Tong, President of the Republic of Kiribati, pleaded to the UN, “While the international community continues to point fingers at each other regarding responsibility for and leadership on the issue, our people continue to experience the impact of climate change and sea level rise.” There is too much talking and thinking going on, but not enough doing. The problem is that we think there is plenty of time to come up with the solution, but the destructive process has been underway for decades.

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    Save the Earth and Save Life

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    and global ecosystem. Many business owners believe that global warming will benefit the economy by opening up more efficient shipping routes and provide easier access to oil and gas deposits. However, both developments will bring security issues, as arctic countries will compete for such access. "Whether the open access and greater shipping is a benefit to the world is an open book, we are going to produce even more oil and gas and carry it to the world and just enhance the (greenhouse gas) emissions”

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    Research Paper

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    study the earlier days of Earth. A floe is similar to ice shelves but is a sheet of floating ice which is on the surface of the sea or is a detached floating portion of ice. There is also sea ice which is essential for lives and the customs of Native Arctic people, such as food, shelter, and water. ... ... middle of paper ... ... boats you could use geothermal energy to reduce the gas needed in countries around the world in the near future. With new technology you can heat houses in the winter and

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    GS-147 Lab 16

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    The topic I have researched is Climate Change, as it can affect not just the Ocean physically, but also the rest of the planet. One key element for understanding climate change is to know what the term ‘Climate Change’, which is used interchangeably with the term ‘Global Warming.’ What Is Global Warming, The Planet Is Heating Up-and Fast, in National Geographic gives a summarized explanation of what global warming is, how it effects the planet’s weather patterns, and will eventually effective all

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    Global Warming is Destroying the Maldives

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    Introduction The country Maldives is a string of beautiful islands that can be found just southwest of India. The problem with this is that the islands are surrounded by the Indian Ocean and the sea level is rising because of global warming and the islands are no higher than eight feet above sea level. There is an overwhelming consensus amongst scientist that human activities from countries around the world are primarily responsible for global warming due to the use of fossil fuel, pollution, and

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    An Animal to Save The World: The Polar Bear

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    An observant over the past years show the sudden increase of polar bears being endangered. The polar bear is a meat-eating bear, which normally lives within the Arctic Circle, surrounding sea. Polar bears are threatened directly on how humans treat our earth and our environment involving Global warming and greenhouse gas emissions. A friendly environment helps saving the lives of Polar bears that are being harmed due to our actions. This problem may be solved through various ways by helping to

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    Evolution Of Polar Bears

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    weather and difficulties finding food. Explanation: The Arctic climate is covered with snow and ice. The temperatures are very cold. The Polar Bear’s coat has two layers of fur and a layer of blubber (thick fat) underneath. Polar Bears use their big front paws to paddle through the water and their oil coated fur helps keep them dry when they get out of the water. A Polar Bear spends months wandering across the frozen surface of the Arctic, looking for food. They eat walruses, birds, fish and seals

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    The tiny town of Churchill, situated on a peninsula jutting into the Western Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada, has become the window through which scientists and tourists watched the seemingly hopeless decline of the polar bear. For years, the melt of sea ice in the summer has driven polar bears off of their normal habitat and onto land, where they have wander the empty tundra surrounding Churchill and occasionally stroll past borders of the town itself. As global temperatures rise, sea ice covers

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    Most Don't Like It Hot

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    8 Mar. 2012. http://globalwarming.house.gov/impactzones/arctic The information from this website came from the Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming. They used the information they found in the Arctic and addressed our nation's energy, economic and national security challenges during the 110th and 111th Congresses. I used the information from this website in my paper to show the drastic decline of polar bears in the Arctic. "What Can I Do To Help Prevent Climate Change?" Earth

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