What if you could control the thermometer of the Arctic Habitat?

The Coca-Cola Arctic Home display at Carrefour Laval demonstrates how climate change affects polar bears and features a large-scale reproduction of an Inuit sculpture of a mother and her cub. For every pledge made, the temperature inside the installation will decrease, keeping the ice frozen and the climate ideal for polar bears. (CNW Group/Coca-Cola Canada)

MONTREAL, Feb. 26, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - The Coca-Cola Arctic Home display at Carrefour Laval demonstrates how climate change affects polar bears and features a large-scale reproduction of an Inuit sculpture of a mother and her cub. For every pledge made, the temperature inside the installation will decrease, keeping the ice frozen and the climate ideal for polar bears.

Image with caption: "The Coca-Cola Arctic Home display at Carrefour Laval demonstrates how climate change affects polar bears and features a large-scale reproduction of an Inuit sculpture of a mother and her cub. For every pledge made, the temperature inside the installation will decrease, keeping the ice frozen and the climate ideal for polar bears. (CNW Group/Coca-Cola Canada)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20130226_C8553_PHOTO_EN_24073.jpg

SOURCE: Coca-Cola Canada