In the run-up to Christmas this year, Trafalgar Square’s Northern Terrace will play host to a life-sized ice sculpture of a hunting polar bear. Over 10 days the Bear in the Square will melt, leaving a skeleton, a pool of water and a powerful environmental message.
Sculptor, Mark Coreth will finish carving the bear from a huge block of white ice during the morning of Friday 11th December. After that, anyone who visits Trafalgar Square will be able to reach out and touch the melting bear and the skeleton as it emerges.
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Bears in Squares are being planned in major cities across the globe, including Copenhagen, where the UN Climate Change Conference will take place in December.
Paris, Oslo, Berlin, Rome, Moscow, Toronto, Tokyo, Beijing, Sydney and New York are the other cities being considered for the initiative.
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