The continued survival of these magnificent bears in their warming, and melting, Arctic world is uncertain, yet their fate is also a wake-up call compelling us to act now to stem global warming. Through Steven Kazlowski's unparalleled imagery, the most critical environmental issue of our time is brought to life.
Over the course of the last six years, wildlife photographer Steven Kazlowski has photographed the polar bear in its wild habitat, from Hershel Island in Canada to Point Hope in Alaska. "The Last Polar Bear" pairs his intimate images with anecdotes about his Arctic adventures, as well as authoritative essays about the polar bear in the context of climate change.
For the past eight years, wildlife photographer Steven Kazlowski has followed and photographed polar bears and other Arctic wildlife. Some 200 of these remarkable images form the centerpiece of The Last Polar Bear, along with the first-person accounts of his wilderness adventures and compelling essays by noted authors on critical climate change issues.