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A close-up color photo of a polar bear lying in the snow.

Protecting the Polar Bears
and Their Fragile Home

Protecting the Polar Bears
and Their Fragile Home

David Yurman is proud to support Polar Bears
International—one of the world’s leading authorities on
conserving these endangered creatures. Learn more about this
important non-profit and the inspiring work they’re doing.

David Yurman is proud to support Polar Bears International—one of the world’s leading authorities on conserving these endangered creatures. Learn more about this important non-profit and the inspiring work they’re doing.

Who They Are

Founded in 1992, Polar Bears International (PBI) is the only non-profit dedicated solely to wild polar bears. The 14-person organization is comprised of passionate conservationists, scientists and volunteers—with over 50 years of combined experience working with these mighty beasts.
 

Before he became PBI’s chief scientist, Dr. Steven C. Amstrup was instrumental in helping polar bears become recognized as a threatened species by the US Secretary of the Interior in 2008. Armstrup also received the Indianapolis Prize—the Nobel Prize for animal conservation—in 2012.

Who They Are

Founded in 1992, Polar Bears International (PBI) is the only non-profit dedicated solely to wild polar bears. The 14-person organization is comprised of passionate conservationists, scientists and volunteers—with over 50 years of combined experience working with these mighty beasts.


Before he became PBI’s chief scientist, Dr. Steven C. Amstrup was instrumental in helping polar bears become recognized as a threatened species by the US Secretary of the Interior in 2008. Armstrup also received the Indianapolis Prize—the Nobel Prize for animal conservation—in 2012.