Over the past few decades, humanity has been responsible for the extinction of polar bears, one of the largest terrestrial predators on Earth and a super predator in the Arctic. There is no doubt that the main enemy at present is the people who cause the world’s most shocking environmental problems and his activities, such as environmental pollution, global warming and climate change, which affect their habitat.
Rapidly reduce its population.
Global warming is the enemy of a 30% drop in polar bear populations over the past 45 years, while the number of polar bears hovers between 20, 000 to 25 and 000 species in 2008.
The problem is that polar bear life’s ice poles are melting, making it look for another solid piece of soil that affects the birth rate falling by 1 5%.
Scientists say two-thirds of polar bear populations will be wiped out by 2050, and so far if global warming increases and growth is not enough to stop, an estimated 20, 000 specimens could disappear for 100 years
These are the main reasons that threaten the extinction of polar bears:
The unconscious and irrational activities of all mankind.
Sealed toxin contamination is one of the main foods.
The lack of food forces them to approach humans.
Global warming, which has led to climate thawing, melting glaciers, climate change, rising temperatures and ecological imbalances, has led to the loss of their habitats.
In view of this problem, all humanity must take measures to reduce global warming and the extinction of polar bears, because:
Education and environmental information.
Rational use of natural resources.
Protect, protect and assess the planet’s biodiversity.
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Use of renewable energy sources.
promote environmentally friendly technologies.
Save water and energy.
Recycling, reduction and reuse.
Use organic or biodegradable products.
Promote organic agriculture.
promote sustainable mobility.
Adapt to climate change.
promote sustainable development and quality of life. Other environmental protection measures, ecology and sustainable development.