Earthducation Expedition 0: North America
Earthducation is series of 8 expeditions over the course of 4 years designed to create a world narrative of the dynamic intersections between education and sustainability. We kicked off the Earthducation project with Expedition 0: North America.
GoNorth! 2010 Greenland
Brought focus to our oceans and to Greenland and the Kalaallit people as the team explored approaches to sustainable development of the ocean’s resources, sharing their journey and discoveries with millions of schoolchildren worldwide.
|GoNorth! 2009 Nunavut
The team explored the consequences of transboundary pollution while traveling along the spine of Baffin Island and up the coast of the Arctic Ocean and Baffin Bay in the land of the Inuktitut people.
|GoNorth! 2008 Fennoscandia
The team traveled 1,000 miles by dogsled across Arctic Sweden, Finland, and Norway in the Sápmi region, investigating the issues of deforestation with the Sámi people.
|GoNorth! 2007 Chukotka
Traveling to what is considered the most remote Arctic region, the team explored culture and the use of mineral resources in the last secret outpost of the former Soviet Union. Geographically isolated, the peninsula is considered one of the least known places on earth.
|GoNorth! 2006 Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
The team journeyed across northeastern Alaska through the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, stopping at five Native communities and one oil platform along the way. This program explored the impact of oil exploration and sustainable development of the Earth’s natural resources.
|Arctic Transect 2004
A 6-month, 3,000-mile traverse of the Canadian Arctic from Yellowknife, NWT, to Pond Inlet, Nunavut, this expedition documented climate change in the Arctic. The team met with Inuit Elders and students enroute and explored traditional ecological knowledge in the remote communities along the trail.
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