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March 2007

February was a historic month for the movement to slow global warming. In one month, the IPCC released its update on how the world is faring with Kyoto (and, in our country‚Äôs case, without it); the Minnesota legislature charted the most rigorous course in renewable energy to date; Laurie David got an Oscar for An […]

February 2007

The expedition launch is almost here! In anticipation of all the expected media coverage, we created a brand new area on our site: the Press Room. It’s a place where journalists can access quick info about the organization and press releases for upcoming events. It’s also where you can read recent articles about Will and […]

January 2007

The biggest news item of the past month would have to be the announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that polar bears may soon be added to the list of threatened species. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced on Wednesday, December 27, 2006 that they have made a formal proposal to add […]

December 2006

News from the Arctic Theo Ikummaq , Global Warming 101 Expedition Member and Inuit Elder recently told us: “Our culture is changing so rapidly that what was once relevant to our culture is now irrelevant. The animals are the ones who are especially losing. We need to move beyond boundaries and we need to unify […]

November 2006

Polar Explorer, Will Steger, invites Educators around the world to participate in his 2007 expedition to the Canadian Arctic. Students and teachers can follow the four-month expedition to Baffin Island on line and hear stories from the Inuit people and the Polar Bears, Seals and Walruses that share their Arctic home. Through an interactive website […]