By on 2014/10/10

Students on Ice is thrilled to be part of the 43rd North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) conference in Ottawa, Canada taking place on October 8-11, 2014.

Join the conference to learn more about conservation education, green schools, technology, and cutting-edge issues in the field. Hundreds of workshops, symposiums and presentations to choose from.

SOI’s Founder & Executive Director Geoff Green will lead a panel discussion on connecting youth to nature with experts in the field. Don’t miss this important and thought-provoking discussion!

Title: Connecting Youth to Nature—Discovering the Greatest Classrooms on Earth

Date: Saturday, October 11, 8:30-10am


  • Geoff Green
  • Lisa (Diz) Glithero, University of Ottawa
  • Marlene Power, Forest School of Canada
  • Remy Rodden, Government of Yukon

And don’t forget to stop by the SOI booth to learn more about our impact connecting youth to nature in the Polar Regions and how you can get involved!

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Geoff Green to present at Go Global conference

By on 2014/09/15

The Go Global conference brings together a world of opportunities to study, volunteer, work and explore internationally.  Hosted by Verge Magazine, Go Global provides the opportunity to connect with organizations that can help you make it happen! This year, Students on

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Arctic 2014 alumnus Emmanuel Tse reflects on journey

By on 2014/09/05

During the Arctic expedition, as a collective group I think we knew we were part of something special but we had yet fully realized how fortunate we were, with the weather and our impromptu plans (after all, flexibility is key),

Photo (c) Mike Beedell

Reflections on SOI’s 2014 Arctic Expedition by Michaela Norgren

By on 2014/09/03

Take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but footprints is a line I heard many times during our 16 day voyage, the best 16 days of my life. Many people have asked me to describe the Arctic. I have tried


Arctic 2014 alumna Emma Lee reflects on her journey

By on 2014/08/22

I think it is clear that all of us, although in different degrees, came back transformed and inspired from this expedition. Whether it was the powerful testimony of singer/songwriter Kathleen Edwards or the humpback whale we saw on a zodiac excursion,


SOI Alumna Bridget Graham reflects on her time with SOI

By on 2014/07/22

Bridget Graham is an invaluable part of the SOI team as an alumna with an ability to connect with individuals from every walk of life, to her most recent position as Expedition Intern. Bridget, like many of our alumni, completed

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Q&A with Acclaimed Singer-Songwriter, Kathleen Edwards

By on 2014/07/15

Kathleen Edwards is phenomenal Canadian singer and songwriter who has received several Juno nominations, and has been short-listed for Polaris Music Prize. SOI is fortunate enough to have Kathleen join the Arctic 2014 expedition to teach music workshops and offer guidance on


Q&A with Sue Novotny of the WWF Arctic Programme

By on 2014/07/11

Almost every year the WWF teams up with SOI to help inspire youth by sending students from northern Canada and Greenland, along with a WWF staff member onboard the annual Arctic expedition. We chatted with Sue Novotny. She’s been working

Photo (c) Lee Narraway

SOI Launches 2014 Arctic Expedition

By on 2014/07/09

Today, high school students from across Canada and around the world come together in Ottawa to start two weeks of discovery and learning on an ambitious expedition exploring the eastern Canadian Arctic and western Greenland. Students on Ice’s 2014 Arctic Expedition


Q&A with Adventure Photographer Lee Narraway

By on 2014/07/09

Lee Narraway is an incredible photographer who has been an integral part of the Students on Ice family for a decade. Since 2004, Lee  has beautifully captured the magic of the ‘greatest classrooms on earth’ along with the remarkable people

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