Arctic Documentary Project Photo Used by CBS News

Posted Jul. 2nd, 2015 by Daniel J. Cox

Daniel’s Arctic Documentary Project photo used by CBS News. For those who are unfamiliar with the Arctic Documentary Project, it’s a long term endeavor I’ve undertaken with Polar Bears International to help educate the world about changes that are taking place in the Arctic.

A photo of a mother polar bear and her cub was used by CBS News to highlight the paper being released on the plight of polar bears.

A photo of a mother polar bear and her cub was used by CBS News to highlight the paper being released on the plight of polar bears. Click on the image to be taken to the CBS News web page

PBI Senior Scientist Dr. Steven Amstrup has studied polar bears for 30 years with the USGS and his data was responsible for the polar bear being listed as a Threatened Species under the Endangered Species Act. The report, which Dr. Amstrup was partially responsible for, will be released this week and is part of the government’s recovery plan for the polar bear. It’s expected to be published Thursday in the Federal Register.

Take a look at the Arctic Documentary Project booklet that tells you more about the ADP mission.

Take a look at the Arctic Documentary Project booklet that tells you more about the ADP mission. Click on the photo to find out more.

The Arctic Documentary Project donates all images that are used to educate the public on issues affecting polar bears, their habitat, conservation, and education. Polar Bears International and the Arctic Documentary Project can use all the help they can get to continue to produce these multimedia images to further this cause. If you would like to make a tax deductible DONATION you can do just that by going online to the Polar Bears International website Arctic Documentary Project page.

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