A polar bear managed to get on one of the last ice floes floating in the Arctic sea. Due to global warming the natural environment of the polar bear in the Arctic has changed a lot. The Arctic sea has much less ice than it had some years ago.

As the Earth’s temperature
increases – even by half a degree – so do the risks to our current ways of life.

Margot Hurlbert, Canada Research
Chair in Climate Change, Energy, and
Sustainability Policy at the University
of Regina, is the only Canadian
Coordinating Lead Author chosen to
contribute to the UN’s Special Report
on Climate Change and Land.


It’s happening here.