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THE TIME IS NOW TO SAVE THE POLAR BEARS! Scientists believe we still have time to save the polar bears if we significantly reduce greenhouse emissions within the next few years.  If we do not take action, we’ll lose two-thirds of the world’s polar bears by mid-century and all of them by the end of the century.



In the last 30 years, 75% of the floating ice cap at the top of the world has melted, and in the near future it could be ice free for the first time since humans walked the Earth. READ MORE...


free to be yoga tees® will donate a portion of sales from each polar bear charitee style sold to charities supporting the efforts to save the polar bears, and their home, the Arctic!

A note from     owner/designer Julie Geisinger...

I’m so glad you are checking out this page!  Over the past couple of years, I’ve really started to dig deeper and learn more on climate change and the effect it’s having on wildlife.  In particular, I’ve become increasingly fascinated with polar bears.  I find it heart breaking that these creatures are struggling so much, with their home literally melting under their feet.  I’ve done a great deal of reading up on these sea bears, as they are often called, as well as their home in the Arctic.  I felt compelled to do more, which is why I’ve decided to donate a portion of sales of each yoga tee sold (in the ‘live in hope’ polar bear style) to charities supporting the efforts to save the polar bears as well as work toward making their home in the Arctic, a global sanctuary.   The polar bears face an uphill battle, but if we all pitch in, together, we can be the change.

Information courtesy of the World Wildlife Federation,

National Resource Defense Council, Greenpeace’s “Save the Arctic” Campaign, Polar Bears International and the Detroit Zoological Society