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Save the Arctic Floofs

Save the Arctic Floofs

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Global polar bear numbers are projected to decline by 30% by 2050.

By 2040, only a fringe of ice will remain in polar bear habitats in the north of Canada and Greenland. The last area of ice will become crucial for polar bears and other life that depends on ice. Much of the region is facing significant ice loss in the coming decades - with serious consequences for polar bears.

The arctic fox, which is also included in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, and already extinct in Finland, is also down to extremely low levels throughout Scandinavia. Thanks to a dramatic decrease in fur trades, its global population is not threatened but climate change will affect a huge area of its living space and likely be pushing population back to endangered levels.

Climate change, industrial impacts and unsustainable hunting are threats to arctic and aquatic mammals like seals, walruses, orcas, narwhals, beluga whales and many others. They all were threatened by commercial hunting, but today the biggest danger by far is climate change. Turns out, humans don’t even have to be close to animals to extinct entire populations.

What does your commitment do?

  • Reducing ocean noise
  • Reducing impact of ship traffic
  • Reducing oil spill risks
  • Prohibiton of any kind of animal bloodsports
  • Establishment of further nature protection zones
  • Build and distribute marine tools to avoid marine mammals
  • Support of research projects
  • Improving whale protection
  • Monitoring health and population

Where does it go to?

  • Rescue Stations
  • National Parks
  • Conservation Associations
  • Wildlife Protection Organisations
  • Foundations

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