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It is the road of many expeditions that require each of us to be at our very best

This evening is truly a special one for me. Thanks to the Governor for his leadership and personal, loyal friendship. I also want to thank him for his climate and clean energy leadership. We have the start of a billion dollar clean energy economy, thanks to the solar energy standard he passed that has helped […]

New Land Expedition 2013: Meet the New Land 2013 skijor dogs

Axel, male, named after Axel Heiberg Island, 4 years old. Elle, female, named after Ellesmere Island, 4 years old. Napu, male, named after a the lashing prong on an Inuit komatik dog sled, 7 years old. Larry, male, named after another dog named Larry, 4 years old. Larry, Elle (pronounced el-ee), and Axel are all from the same litter.

Canadians in Copenhagen

This post was written originally for Canadian Geographic magazine’s blog Copenhagen– A giant orb glows in a major city square, while in another part of Copenhagen, new steel cages await unruly protestors. Denmark’s capital is prepped for the Monday’s kickoff to 12 days of United Nations climate negotiations. On Sunday, I sat down with Amber […]

We hit the trail running: Day One in Copenhagen

I hit the trail early this morning, trekking with my fellow Will Steger delegates to COY, the Conference of Youth. As we were walking, I noticed how many people bike in town. There is actually a separate lane for cyclists, and I’ve heard rumor that there are more bikes than in people in Copenhagen. Whether […]

R to the Evolution

Revolution never come with a warning. Revolution never send you an omen.Revolution just arrives like the morning, ring the alarm time to wake up this morning. ~Michael Franti & Spearhead With just a few short weeks & a few long days before landing at the climate movement’s ground zero, I feel like a Scooby Doo character […]