by Steve Marsh Will Steger’s Arctic Spacesuit April 1, explorer Will Steger leaves for a seventy-day sub-Arctic expedition to Ellesmere Island in Canada. He won’t forget to pack his Wild Things high-altitude one-piece. “This is how I survive in the Arctic, where teh temperature can range from -55 to 20 Fahrenheit,” says Steger. “I wear […]
Bob Dotson of NBC’s Today Show visits the Steger homestead in Ely, Minnesota to produce a profile on Will for their American Story series. The story chronicles a modern day explorer who has spent the last 45 years years traveling the far reaches of the Arctic and Antarctic regions. Click here to view the video.
National Geographic’s Wild Chronicles host, Boyd Matson, joined the 2007 Baffin Island Expedition team in Clyde River on the northern coast of Baffin Island, as part of their Wild Chronicles series. The program aired nationally on PBS. Click here to view the video.
Sam Branson’s story, “The Iceman Cometh” in Esquire Magazine, contains an 8-page fashion photo spread along with Sam’s experience on the Ellesmere Island Expedition. On newsstands now.
Will Steger Foundation promo video, providing a short historical bio of Will Steger’s polar expeditions. Click here to view the video.
Richard Branson, his son Sam and six-time Everest summiter Ed Viesturs join Will Steger’s Baffin Island Expedition from Clyde River to Igloolik, Nunavut. CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 covers their participation in the expedition as part of the Planet In Peril series. Click here to view the video.
by Bryan Walsh: Do you want to see the effects of global warming? Then head north. Temperatures are increasing faster in the far north than they are in the more temperate zones of the world. Recent studies indicate that the North Pole could be underwater during the summer in less than 10 years, instead of […]
By Bryan Walsh/Time Magazine Online You think you know climate change. You’ve seen An Inconvenient Truth. You’ve noticed the changing and warming weather patterns in your part of the world. You’re beginning to suffer from acute ecoanxiety. But to really see global warming in action, you’d need to travel to the Arctic, where climate change […]