Global Warming: Hudson Bay Polar Bears Could Be Extinct by 2030: Study

By: 600011 On: Jun 15, 2024, 4:57 PM



Hudson Bay polar bears could be extinct by 2030 if global temperatures rise, new report The study report was prepared by researchers from North America and other foreign countries, including the University of Manitoba. Hudson Bay polar bears could become extinct by 2030 if global warming exceeds 2 degrees Celsius, the report found.

If temperatures reach 2.2 degrees Celsius to 2.6 degrees Celsius, it could have harmful effects on western Hudson Bay polar bears, said researcher Crawford. If temperatures continue to rise, the ice in Hudson Bay will begin to melt significantly. This will affect polar bears and one of their main food sources, the ringed seal. Ringed seals live on sea ice.

If steps are not taken to protect the Hudson Bay polar bears, they will be wiped off the face of the earth within a few years. Crawford said the public can also play an important role in reducing global warming by reducing carbon emissions. But he also called for more measures to be taken at the government level, especially the federal and international governments.