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What does PBI stand for?
PBI stands for Polar Bears International (Occidental, California)
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Polar Bears International - Polar Bears International is a “nonprofit organization dedicated to the worldwide conservation of the polar bear and its habitat through research, education, and action” (www.
Commenting on the research, Steven Amstrup, chief scientist of Polar Bears International, said he suspected the age of the polar bear was not entirely settled yet.
The conservationist is heavily involved with the renowned group Polar Bears International and his privileged career has led him to view the tragic consequences first hand.
A1/2Such a tipping point would mean that future reductions in greenhouse gas emissions would do little to save the polar bear,e said Amstrup, who is now chief scientist for the conservation group Polar Bears International.
What we're seeing this year is an aberration compared to the long-term trend," stresses Polar Bears International President, Robert Buchanan, who has been working with polar bears for nearly 20 years, "but essentially the late break-up of ice this year on Hudson Bay means the polar bears, which rely on sea ice to live, have been given more time during spring and summer to hunt and eat seals, and this has allowed them to gain important weight to live off of until freeze-up.
Polar Bears International lists about 250 polar bears living in zoos around the world.
A wonderful ambassador for her species, it is significant that she survived to 2008, the International Year of the Polar Bear," so designated by Polar Bears International magazine, officials said.