Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Polar Bears Starving

Dear Friends,

Polar bears' survival depends on us slowing global warming--which is melting the ice they depend on to hunt for food. But, right now polluters are attacking the Environmental Protection Agency's efforts to reduce the carbon dioxide that is threatening the livelihood of this beloved species.

In the last week, over 9,000 people like you took action to protect polar bears, but we can't stop there.

Polar bears need you to speak up for their future--please take action today!


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Dear Friends,

We are running out of time to make a difference for the future of polar bears in the Hudson Bay--who are starving as rising global temperatures fueled by carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants melts their icy habitat.

Yesterday, President Obama described a "new energy future" in his State of the Union Address. Polar bears are depending on us to ensure that it is a clean energy future.

Polar bears are starving--take action to protect them today.

There is still hope for polar bears, but only if we greatly cut the carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants--starting now.

With coal-fired power plants being the largest source of carbon pollution in the U.S., by reducing the pollution they emit, we can make a substantial impact in the fight for polar bears.

But, even as polar bears go hungry from the impacts of climate change, greedy corporate polluters are fighting to keep dumping unlimited carbon pollution into our air

Don't let corporate pollution starve polar bears to extinction--send this message today.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is acting now to limit carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants, but the EPA is coming under attack and needs to hear your support for stopping the unlimited pollution that threatens the future of polar bears.

Polar bears do have hope of surviving into the next century if we act now to reduce one of the greatest emitters of the carbon pollution that is melting their ice.

Help create a better future for polar bears--send a message to the EPA today.

Thanks for all you do for wildlife!


Sue Brown
Executive Director, NWF Action Fund
Twitter: @wildlifeaction
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