The Arctic Voice

After W. Steger's expedition 'Global Warming 101', here is another arctic expedition which aims to sail through the North West Passage and visit the most remote settlements of the Inuit people.

Follow-up

Below are all the news we published about the The Arctic Voice expedition

  • First Stage Is Over

    Published on 20.08.2007

    Glenn Morris and Stephen Doughty have just got to Kugluktuk. Which means that the first stage of their expedition is now over. The adventure will continue from the same place in eight months time.

  • A Trip Alongside the Bears

    Published on 07.08.2007

    About fifteen days ago, we left the Glenn Morris – Stephen Doughty tandem in Tuktoyaktuk. They had just turned around in front of a straight , impassable for their kayaks.

  • Another Trip disrupted by Climate Change

    Published on 18.07.2007

    "The Arctic Voice" has had to modify its program since ice has blocked the initial itinerary. They are no longer able to navigate along the coastline.

  • The big day

    Published on 05.07.2007

    The three companions have just left on a 1440 km water raid which they hope to accomplish in 3 months. But they have already encountered a few technical setbacks.

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