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Antarctica Reunion, 30 Years Later

I am honored that Senator Dave Durenberger has shared the following reflections on his role during our historic Trans-Antarctica expedition in 1989-1990. These remarks will be presented at the formal gathering for our 30th anniversary reunion in Japan, November 3-11, 2019. I first set eyes on Antarctica on July 26, 1989 as my expedition prepared […]

Climate Action: Local to Global

Letter from the Executive Director In West Antarctica, changes loom at a frightening pace. Last week we learned of the break off of a large iceberg on the Larsen C ice shelf (Larsen A broke off in 1995; Larsen B in 2002). Our founder Will Steger issued his statement about the split, in addition to […]

Our actions are significant!

In recent headlines: “Climate change is real, humans are mostly to blame, time is short, UN panel says…” The fourth and final volume of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) giant climate assessment offered no surprises since it combined the findings of three reports released in the past 13 months.