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Blog Tag entries: climate change
FINISHED THE SKI TRAVERSE OF THE GREAT SLAVE LAKE
25 March 2018
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We have completed 170Km in 7 stages, in total self sufficiency, with temperatures between -10 and -35ºC, crossing all the east arm of the lake, from Yellowknife (Gross Cap) to Lutsle K'e, starting on Sunday march 11th and ending on Saturday the 17th. Lutsle K'e is a site located in the reserve of the indigenous Dene, located 240 km from the first road or connected city, and is only accessible ...
Expedition tracking
17 March 2018
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On sunday, The Last Ice team started the march to cross The Great Slave Lake. On his first of the four crossings in the Arctic, Albert, Pako and Pepe hope to reach the village of Lutsel K'e tomorrow afternoon if everything goes according to plan.

THE GREAT SLAVE LAKE: NO NEWS
15 March 2018
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During these days it is almost impossible to have a connection with Albert, Pako and Pepe, due to the bad coverage that exists in the Great Slave Lake. We believe that they are well and continue the expedition as planned, moving towards Lutsel K'e where they will live with the Dene tribe that lives in this remote place on the planet....
START EXPEDITION
13 March 2018
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On Sunday the expedition began in "The Great Slave" one of the largest lakes in the Canadian Arctic. This is the first of four expeditions that make up the unprecedented "The Last Ice" project, where three adventurers and survival experts will cross icy waters at strategic points in the northern hemisphere. The objective of this initiative is to make the world aware of climate change and the retr...
THE LAST ICE / THE GREAT SLAVE LAKE
05 March 2018
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A GREAT PROJECT AND A NEW EXPEDITION We present THE LAST ICE, a great project of polar adventures focused on environmental awareness. We are three crazy guys who will cross several frozen lakes and seas of the Arctic to explore and document the effects of climate change, pollution and the retreat of polar ice. At the moment we have planned 4 expeditions: Canada (Great Slave Lake), European R...
FIFTH STAGE FINISHED
04 December 2017
MARATHON DES SABLES
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Last stage finished! It has been the stage in which you could run more due to the terrain, as well as carrying almost empty backpacks (there is only one stage left and with a distance of half a kilometer) most runners have given everything. It has been very quick. Albert preferred to run at a normal pace, so as not to break the body that is have already enough, and keep retaining forces for the l...
FOURTH STAGE FINISHED
02 December 2017
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Quim and Albert finished the fourth stage, the longest of the MARATHON DES SABLES PERU. Yesterday they could not run together, as they had done during the two previous stages, because due to the number of abandonments, Albert was among the top 50 classified, and that meant he had the start of this fourth stage two more hours late than the rest of runners, including Quim. Fact that forced Albe...
READY TO START THE MARATHON DES SABLES PERU
28 November 2017
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Today the WORLD NATURE EXPLORING team begins this new challenge, after successfully completing the technical and medical checks. They are already in the camp and ready to start the adventure. Our races number are: Albert Bosch 117 Jose Arimany 124 Quim Tribó 182 They face the first stage where they will have to run 37.2Km from Cahuachi to Coyungo, doing it in a total regime of self-suffici...
ANOTHER POLAR TRAVERSE DONE
05 March 2017
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FINISHED THE CROSSING OF THE GULF OF BOTNIA (BALTIC SEA) In the end they have only been 4 stages, but they have been very intense and the last two, especially hard. Initially, we had planned to go from Oulu (Finland) to Nikkala in Sweden; but right on the border there is a line where an icebreaker passes at this time, and it was impossible to cross. Therefore, in the end we had to enter earl...
PARIS COP 21
29 November 2015
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This week is taking place the PARIS COP 21 summit; the most important summit on climate change in history.  What will be decided there can radically affect our future and that of future generations. There is still time to act, but we must be strong, work together and adopt a serious, immediate and far-reaching commitments... but, do you believe we'll be able? The problem of climate change i...
MY SON: I AM A SELFISH IGNORANT
06 April 2014
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This week the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of the UN, has published its report, with quite bad news. The summary is simple: Things are going very bad, and much more rapidly than previously thought. Human action is the first cause. The consequences of this are already being felt in many parts of the world and can be catastrophic in the near future. And the consciousness of ci...
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