Unchecked climate change could render the Hudson Bay polar bears extinct by 2030s

The future of polar bears in northern Manitoba is in danger, if the temperatures continue to rise. They could go extinct as early as within the next decade, if the temperature agreements outlined in the Paris Climate Accord are not met soon. The rising of temperatures is creating longer period where there is no ice in the habitats of polar bears. The ice is used for hunting, mating and escaping possible threats for polar bears, therefore longer periods with no ice will be severely detrimental to their way of life. 

Read more about this at https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/2024/06/13/unchecked-climate-change-could-render-hudson-bay-polar-bears-extinct-by-2030s-report-warns