One month left to start the second of the polar expeditions of the project THE LAST ICE.
On March 16th we leave for the Russian arctic to cross the ONEGA Lake, the largest in Europe that freezes. A few decades ago the biggest one was LADOGA, but due to the effects of the accelerated climate change that we are experiencing, it no longer freezes.
THE LAST ICE project consists of a trilogy that will take us to cross the main frozen lakes of each continent that borders the Arctic, ending with an expedition to the geographic North Pole; and all this to disseminate from the field and from the thrill of the adventure, the effects on each environment and for the whole world, of climate change and the retreat of the ice.
Last year we reported and documented the serious consequences of global warming for the inhabitants of the northwest territories in Canada and, above all, for the Dene tribes that inhabit them. And this year we will do the same for the European Arctic area that we will visit.
Now we enter the countdown, with a lot of work to prepare all the details, but with the energy we find in the passion to live authentic adventures in really remote places where we will live some days completely autonomous and isolated from all contact with the civilization.