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Susan Crockford Responds To BBC’s “Misleading” Article on Polar Bears

October 17, 2015

By Paul Homewood    




Dr Susan Crockford weighs in on the BBC article on polar bears, which I highlighted yesterday.



In a polite but misleading article today in a BBC magazine (The polar bears are coming to town) about the relationship of polar bears and Inuit in Arviat, Western Hudson Bay, there is no mention of the on-going feud between Nunavut Inuit and Canadian polar bear scientists regarding invasive research.


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Nor is there a mention of the fact that according to the most recent research, there has been no trend in sea ice conditions since 2001.



Read the rest here.

One Comment
  1. October 17, 2015 7:55 pm

    Thanks, Paul.
    This stupid polar bears narrative should have been abandoned after the expert refutations by the Inuit, they know more about polar bears than anyone else; They depend on them.
    Expert environmentalists have agreed; Jim Steele wrote “Are Polar Bear Researchers Blinded by Belief, or Acting Dishonestly?”, at
    The GWPF at
    Susan Crockford writes at Polar Bear Science, at

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