The ice pack melts, the waters rise.
The female bears are hit the hardest; the males can venture further out, follow the food. Mothers must keep to the land, tend their cubs. It is fine when the ice and seals are near, but that is no longer the case. As the mothers struggle and starve, so do the cubs.
When the bears are gone, can we be far behind?
We are all connected. We need to listen.