Climate change effects
The issue of climate change has led to animal species survival limitations. The impact of global warming and other harsh resultants of increased temperatures threaten a wide range of sea and marine life. Learning about arctic climate habitats for a number of animals explores the reality of the global warming effect. The existence of polar bears depends on the presence of ice caps. In recent years increasing global warming effect has resulted in a decrease in sea ice affecting polar bear survival. The Canadian arctic climate supports several sea life with polar bears being one of the inhabitants of the sea icecaps.
Controlling the constantly melting ice has been recommended by scientists for marine life reclamation. Efforts to support polar bear survival relies on a number of measures to limit climate change.
The control mechanism for preserving polar climate changes enables the preservation of animals that survive in such regions. The Canadian polar bear protection initiatives express the urge to keep tourists attracted to see the animals. Global warming has constantly been a threat to the disappearing sea ice that determines survival mechanisms for polar bears. Active calls to maintain the habitats involve providing protected habitats like national parks that give better living conditions for the animals’ coexistence (Canada.ca, 2012). In the commitment, the authority has made it an obligation to minimize any activities that threaten climate change like reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Threats to the animals majorly involve starving which has been highlighted as a key concern. The inability of bears to hunt where there exists no ice has led to active reclamation efforts through setting projects for better marine life and territorial parks development (Canada.ca, 2012). Limiting greenhouse gas emissions through industrial actions and coordinating with the outside world for climate effect reduction methods try to conserve natural life dependent on weather changes. Signing agreement with Greenland-Canada memorandum provides intensifies polar bear protection efforts.
From the discussion above, it is clear that the problem of reducing polar ice affects the survival and thus the population of polar bears. While efforts to reduce the melting if polar ice is ultimately the solution, a proposal to have an artificially created ice would help. Reducing global temperatures needs collective efforts by all countries in the world, which has seen slow adoption over the years (Canada.ca, 2012). Reduction of greenhouse gases in Canada is also important but is limited by a lack of joint efforts from the other countries in the world. As such, technology should then be used, in the national parks to induce more ice in the areas where polar bears live. Further, food for the polar bear should also be provided in the area. Such an approach is different from other approaches as it implies the use of artificial technology to reduce the effects of global warming over a large area, essentially an entire national park. This will protect the polar bear population with immediacy while global efforts to reduce global warming are underway.
The climate change issue presents numerous ways in which nations should act immediately. Environment pollution through greenhouse gases has led to the melting of icecaps threatening arctic climate animals’ survival. The Canadian efforts aim at establishing a favorable environment for bear survival.
Canada.ca. (2012). Conservation of Polar Bears in Canada. The Government Of Canada. Retrieved from https://www.ec.gc.ca/nature/default.asp?lang=En&n=A997D1CC-1&wbdisable=false
Climate change effects