Aurora Expeditions’ world-first Antarctic Climate Expedition led by renowned oceanographer, marine biologist, explorer and conservationist Dr Sylvia Earle is setting sail on 13 February 2023 with final spots available on the 110-passenger cruise.
The 12-day Antarctic Climate Expedition includes two nights and a full-day collaborative conference in Ushuaia, Argentina followed by a nine-day voyage on Aurora Expeditions’ latest ship, the Sylvia Earle, ending with a post-voyage night in Punta Arenas, Chile.
Registrations for the invite-only Climate Summit are required by 28 October 2022 and Aurora Expedition welcomes expressions of interest from visionaries from all walks of life
with interests in the fields of science, art, education and economics to contribute to this pioneering expedition.
In partnership with Dr Earle and Ocean Geographic, the expedition’s mission is to address the warming climate and loss of ice in the southern polar region by developing creative strategies to reduce carbon emissions.
Each expedition member will help formulate 23 resolutions to inspire transformative changes for global net-zero emissions by 2035.
Keen climate warriors will join conservationists, high-profile personalities and ocean luminaries from around the world to raise public and government awareness of the Antarctic.
“This will be a climate expedition like no other. One that can have a real impact on the future of our relationship with life on Earth,” Dr Earle said.
Keen to hop aboard? Register your interest here.
For more info, head to auroraexpeditions.com.au
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