How TPHP Helped Polar Bears in February, 2017

Hi everyone,

As you know in the month of February 2017 we set out a task to help polar bears. We are now coming near the end of the month and are updating you on how TPHP helped polar bears this month. The Planet Humanity Project put out a previous post describing what the world could do to help save our polar bears – there were options such as having a no power day, symbolically adopting a polar bear through the world wildlife fund, going transport free for a few days and so much more.

In February 2017 a whopping 22 polar bears were symbolically adopted – including our very own symbolic adoption of our Polar Bear which we named Snow Angel. Because of these symbolic adoptions 22 polar bears will be able to survive for a little bit longer in their natural habitats and they’ll be able to eat tooisn’t that just so beautiful that our polar bears will be able to survive for at the least the next month – thank you to every person that has made a donation or a symbolic adoption.

In February 2017 we also had a “no power day for polar bears.” On this day we spent time in nature bush walking, swimming in the ocean and spending hours outdoors in nature, not once did we turn on anything that required power this was to help reduce carbon emissions and also save power which sometimes can affect global warming and affect polar bears ice melting in the Arctic.

We are so proud of the work that has been done to raise awareness to help save Polar Bears on behalf of TPHP we would like to say a huge thank you to the people in the world who have done their part this month to help save our polar bears. If you have a story about how you helped and would like us to post it on our blog, simply send it through to us at

To refresh everyone’s memories you can head to our link if you would like to continue helping polar bears their are so many ways to help

Written by Sheridan O’Donnell



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