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The Arctic is changing faster than any other place on the planet. These changes are directly linked to a warming climate. The Arctic Documentary Project documents the scientists, Indigenous people, wildlife, and landscapes of the Far North and provides access to world-class photography to benefit Arctic conservation. Polar Bears International and other scientific and educational outlets have access to these materials to help inspire the general public to take action on f climate change.

The Arctic Documentary Project is a fiscally sponsored project of Polar Bears International (PBI). Contributions to the project are processed by PBI in support of the project.

Humble Beginnings

The Arctic Documentary Project began with the donated still images of the late Dr. Dan Guravich. His vision along with the hard work of Robert and Carol Buchanan provided the foundation for Polar Bears International. Photographer Daniel J. Cox conceived of the Arctic Documentary Project to continue producing visual records of the North that are used to educate and inspire viewers. All photos and videos produced by the Arctic Documentary Project are available free of charge to Polar Bears International and other scientific and educational partners. 

Scientists climbing the ladder on the ice breaker Polar Sea
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Arctic Documentary Project In Action
See how the materials are used

Three polar bears walking on the ice

POLAR BEARS NTERNATIONAL

Polar bear feeding on a dead whale.

POLAR BEAR BOOKS

The Journal Nature Cover Page  with the polar bear on it

SCIENTIFIC OUTREACH

MISSION STATEMENT

The Arctic Documentary Project provides access to world-class photography for the benefit of Arctic conservation.

polar bear walking on the water

ADP GALLERIES

polar bear family of three
Will You Give Us a Hand

A mother polar bear with her two cubs takes refuge in the willows on their way to the ice of Hudson Bay. A mother polar bear will have been in the den for eight months during the process of giving birth to her cubs. To help document the Arctic to inspire and motivate conservation, please DONATE to the Arctic Documentary Project. Your donation is tax-deductible under Polar Bears International's 501(c)(3) nonprofit status. 

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