Christmas for Polar Bears

by Inga Yandell

Conjuring notions of white vistas, the whisper of winter and the spirit of giving…

Christmas, in the traditional sense – reflects a snowy wonderland filled with magic and noble creatures, like the polar bear. Our literature, decorations and traditions carry the inspiration of nature, so imagine a world without these real-life Christmas creatures – a sad tale, indeed!

Four Ways YOU Can Help Polar Bears! 

You love polar bears. You care deeply about the Arctic. That’s why Polar Bears International want to share four heartfelt and meaningful ways to give the gift of polar bear conservation:

Double Your Donation Several generous donors have pledged to match, dollar for dollar, every contribution made through the end of December. Your donation–a gift to polar bears, to a loved one, or even to yourself–is a thoughtful and long-lasting way to ensure a brighter future for this iconic species.

Adopt a Polar Bear Polar bear adoptions make wonderful gifts for conservation-minded friends or family members. And each symbolic adoption helps real polar bears worldwide by supporting our research, education, and stewardship efforts.

Shop at the Polar Bear Gift Shop No frenzy. No fumes. No flu germs! Visit the PBI website to browse their free polar bear e-cards and shop for sustainable gifts that help support PBI work on behalf of the world’s polar bears. What’s more, PBI ship via UPS, a green industry leader.

Take Action! Give a gift to the planet by pledging to take additional steps to lower your carbon footprint. Vote with your dollars, speak out to friends and family, initiate community projects, and let your elected officials know you support clean technology and policies that reflect the actual cost of a carbon-based economy.

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Inga Yandell
Explorer and photo-journalist, passionate about nature, culture and travel. Combining science and conservation with investigative journalism to provide educational resources and a platform for science exploration.
Inga Yandell

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