Every year famine Polar Bears in the Hudson Bay coastline up to await the arrival of sea ice, and every year it gets later and later. Sea ice is a polar bear lifeline. Without it, they cannot feed and live. If sea ice disappears they will become extinct.
2010 Sea Ice statistics showed the largest decrease in the area since records began and only set to get worse and if we are not careful it will be a runaway train. As global warming increases sea ice becomes smaller by the day. You can find polar bear protection tips from various online sources.
We feed the animals with our relentless production of greenhouse gases and the biggest changes may be made by the owner of the house as a whole. The average USA non-energy-efficient homes produce as much as greenhouse gas emissions as two average family cars in one year.
By taking simple measures we can reduce the effects of global warming and reduce sea ice damage.
- Turn the thermostat down 1 or 2 degrees.
- Improving the air conditioning temperature by 1 or 2 degrees.
- Close the curtains in the summer to reduce solar heating.
- Opening the curtains in the winter to increase solar heating.
- Unplug the device is not used or those with the phantom load.
- Replacing old appliances with energy star rated products.
- Select the most economical arrangement for the equipment.
- Seal the house of cracks and holes.
- Protecting home.
- Invest in a power conditioner and dampers. Saving power in 1200.
- Investing in real-time monitor energy data.
Various studies have shown that when homeowners have access to real-time energy data almost all of them began to make energy savings. It can empower residential energy users to make informed decisions about how and where they can save money.