One of the easiest, most personally gratifying, and earth-friendly projects you can undertake to combat excessive carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is to plant trees. It’s one of the very few tools we have for removing CO2 from the atmosphere. And less CO2 means less global warming and better sea ice conditions for polar bears.
A single tree can help. A lot of trees can make a difference. And so can your DONATION to help support these programs.
Planting Trees for Polar Bears is a multi-dimensional program—a true collaboration of PBI, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), the American Association of Zoo Keepers (AAZK), and a group of dedicated PBI Arctic Ambassadors. The goal is to plant 500,000 acres with trees. Take a look at our tree programs.
Polar Bear Forest®
Learn more about this collaboration between PBI and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR). Discover the link between green trees and blue ice. More here.
Acres for the Atmosphere
Look at what PBI Leadership Camp graduates and Arctic Ambassadors are doing in their local communities—and what a difference it can make for polar bears in the Far North. More here.
Trees for You & Me
Read about what the partnership between PBI and the American Association of Zoo Keepers (AAZK) is all about—and see what a little friendly competition can do to help polar bears. More here.