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Watch this space for videos that introduce the themes and experiences ahead for the 2018 Expedition Team! Throughout the journey new videos will be posted here every few days between July 23-August 7, 2018!

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Learn about our Education Program

This year’s education program has a special focus on four key areas: Climate Change, Truth & Reconciliation, Sustainable Development Goals, and Ocean Literacy & Conservation.

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Coming soon! The 2018 Arctic Expedition

The 2018 Arctic Expedition will bring together 120 youth from around the world to connect to the land, culture and people of the Arctic through visits to Arctic communities, hands-on research, wildlife sightings, and an impressive educational team of Indigenous and non Indigenous scientists, artists, historians, and visionary leaders. Participants will learn first-hand about the impacts of climate change, the importance of ocean conservation, and engage in cross cultural dialogue about the Arctic’s changing environmental, social and political landscape.

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Climate Change

On this year's expedition we will learn from individuals and communities who are seeing real and impactful changes in their land.

Climate Change is just one of four areas of focus for the upcoming expedition. We will be joined by scientists and Inuit elders to bring together a diversity of perspectives to better understand the science and stories of climate change adaptation and mitigation.

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Ocean Literacy & Conservation

On the Arctic 2018 Expedition we are looking forward to better understanding our impact on the ocean, and the ocean's impact on us.

We will have experts onboard whose work touches on ocean issues from a variety of perspectives. With staff ranging from leaders in ocean literacy to marine biologists on board we will learn about trophic levels, zooplankton, Marine Protected Areas, and more!

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The Sustainable Development Goals

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Truth & Reconciliation

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