Can a tweet or text message help save the polar bear's home in the Arctic?
The polar bear has served as a beloved icon in
To dramatically illustrate the challenges polar bears face due to the effects of climate change,
By committing to reduce their carbon footprint
or driving awareness of the cause -- either at the installation's touchscreen display or via video, text or Twitter -- Canadians
could lower the temperature inside the habitat and help spread the word. With each pledge, the temperature dropped by .05 degrees, keeping the polar bears on solid ice.
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