According to a World Wildlife Foundation report, the Arctic is warming twice as fast as anywhere on earth, and the sea ice is declining by more than 10% every 10 years. The snow sheets in the Poles are melting, and this is affecting the hibernation pattern of animals like brown bears, says Debasish Banerjee, a wildlife photographer and expeditioner.
Watch him talk about conservation in the latest episode of Eco Lens, a show where we talk to award-winning wildlife photographers and filmmakers about the impact of climate change on our rich biodiversity and how we can protect it. Banerjee takes us through the rough terrain of the Great Himalayas and tells us how the depleting snow covers is making it difficult for the wildlife to survive.
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