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Un-bear-able Heat

One of global warming's most looming threats is its potential to upset well established equilibriums -- species embracing unique and specific relationships with their environments will find their existence threatened. 4/15/2008

"Bearing" Global Warming's Cause

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing that the polar bear be listed as a "threatened" species under the Endangered Species Act. 12/28/2006

Polar Bears Canít Catch a Break

Recent scientific studies have found that polar bears in the Arctic are showing dangerousl high levels of flame retardant, which reaches them via northern wind and water currents from the U.S. and Europe. 1/13/2006

Polar Meltdown

Recent efforts by environmental groups to declare polar bears as endangered under the Endangered Species Act due to global warming could spawn a change in climate change-related policy. 12/20/2005

'Tis the Polar Season!

Learn all about Polar Bears! 12/16/2005

Arctic Sea Ice May Vanish by Century's End

12/3/2002

Household Chemicals Found in Arctic Wildlife

9/27/2002

Another Iceberg on the Loose

5/10/2002

Fate of ANWR Decided Soon

1/26/2002

Interior Dept. Says Drilling OK in ANWR

1/21/2002

WWF Plans Measures to Save Arctic

9/17/2001

Ice Core Sample Suggests Natural Global Warming

1/16/2001

Russia and the US to Protect Polar Bears

10/16/2000

Icebergs Afloat and Drifting

4/27/2000

World's Future Fuel Covered by Polar Ice

4/4/2000

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