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Polar explorer Will Steger to speak on climate in Spokane

Thu., April 13, 2017 Polar explorer Will Steger will be in Spokane this month to present a free program, “Eyewitness to Climate Change.” Steger, who lives in Minnesota, has a wealth of experience and perspective in arctic environments. He led the first dogsled journey without resupply to the North Pole and the first dogsled traverse […]

A Closer Look With Arthur Levitt: Will Steger (Audio)

January 27, 2017 — 9:08 AM CST Arthur Levitt, former chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, interviews polar explorer and environmental activist, Will Steger, on “A Closer Look With Arthur Levitt.” https://podcasts.climategen.org/other/A-Closer-Look-With-Arthur-Levitt-Will-Steger.mp3 producer: Arthur Levitt +1-212-617-5560 or acloserlook@bloomberg.net Running time 30:05 See the full article here.

Renowned Polar Explorer Tackles NWO Wilderness

Will Steger’s Winter Hike: Wabakimi Park to Ely By Susan Bourne On Thursday, March 31, I was enjoying a sunny break at the Dawson Trail Campgrounds. As I rounded the corner, I spotted of all things, a canoe. At first I thought that it was a mirage, when a slender man dressed in green also appeared (not a […]

Steger to make long ice-out solo expedition

By Sam Cook Thirty years to the day after Ely’s Will Steger and seven others left northern Canada for the North Pole, Steger will begin a different kind of trip. He’ll make a 350-mile solo expedition, traveling over lakes and rivers from a remote drop-off in Ontario back to his homestead near Ely. Steger, 71, […]

What Will Steger is planning to explore in 2016

MPR News host Tom Weber continued a series of 2016 preview conversations and checked-in with explorer and activist Will Steger. Steger has new adventures planned for the new year, as well as continuing work with his new Wilderness Center in Ely. 1/06/16 https://cdn.climategen.org/audio/mpr/06steger_explore_2016_20160106_64.mp3

The Climate Generation

By Cathy de Moll While celebrating the launch of my new book Think South last week, I happened upon several people who followed the book’s subject, the International Trans-Antarctica Expedition, as kids. I met them not, as I anticipated, in the audience, but in various roles surrounding the event. One of the reporters who called for […]