Italian journalist and cartoonist, member of the satirical cartoonists collective Kon.Fu.
I'll go for points, Noor: 1. Matching words like "climate change" and "propaganda" is silly at the least, as I would say "information" instead, as climate change exists and it should be fought at the best of our possibilities. 2. I'd suggest you to take a look at the Q/A of National Geographic and to consult every link they provide, cause I'm afraid you lack some information over what you're talking about: https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/12/starving-polar-bear-video-climate-change-spd/. 3. "Symbol", is the word you want to get info over, as well, cause this bear is a representation of what pollution can cause - seasonal ice disappears for longer periods, for example - and it can sensitize people pushing them to act. It is true that polar bears are not in immediate peril, but this doesn't mean any debate or worry over their health is useless. Btw, I'm waiting for your cartoon against the use of this bear for "propaganda" :)
I was wondering about that indeed! It would be cool to have that possibility! And thanks :)