As Ann Bancroft travels to the White House to speak to the first-ever White House Arctic Science Ministerial about Arctic health and climate change, listen to her share her experiences on A Beautiful World… “There at the top of the world, where all longitudes meet, I expected to feel isolated, but instead I felt connected […]
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Polar explorer and educator, Ann Bancroft chosen as keynote speaker at the White House Arctic Science Ministerial in Washington D.C. next week. “Having witnessed first hand the changes since my first dogsled expedition in 1986 to the present, I am very honored to be invited to keynote the first ever White House Arctic Science Ministerial […]
Hear Rudy Maxa’s interview with Ann Bancroft – currently in rotation on TuneIn radio (online on TuneIn.com). You can also catch the interview on Rudy Max’a 8/20/2016 podcast episode of Rudy Maxa’s World with The Careys .
We’re busy planning leg two of the Access Water Expedition series, with plans to take it down the Mississippi River. Our goal with this expedition series is to lead a conversation with millions of youth that will raise awareness and inspire the future leaders of the world to work towards a safe and abundant world, starting […]
As you know from following our journey, we are in the middle of our expedition on the Ganges. We have already seen a lot and have a ways to go to do what we have set out to do. But we still need your help funding this trip. We need to be here. Leading this […]
The team arrived and gathered in Dehli on Friday! We are so pleased to be together after so many challenges. We met at the Norwegian Embassy for our press conference. Featured above is our team with our sponsor Google India and our support team Mercury Himalayan Explorations. Tomorrow our expedition begins! Follow our journey here […]
A first look at the Bancroft Arnesen Access Water Expedition team.
In just five days, our team will be in India ready to kick off our Access Water expedition! We have been planning for a long time and are eager to get started. Meet our team and learn more about why we are headed to the Ganges. http://www.beyondtheriver.tv/
As the year goes on you wonder where the time went and what did you do with it? My last 2 years has gone like a flash. The best way to recap is when I close my eyes and I take snapshots of different scenes which strike me and have significance. My snap shot looks […]
In 2014 is it 100 years since one of Ann and Liv´s great inspirators – Thor Heyerdahl was born. Heyerdahl is most know for his Kon-Tiki expedition in 1947. For Ann and Liv is it his following expeditions Ra I, Ra II and Tigris that has inspired them to combine expeditions with education. With the […]
I met Nelson Mandela in 2008. I was awarded the Mandela Rhodes Scholarship and part of the scholarship entailed meeting our patron. What an honour it was to meet this superhuman! It was one of my childhood dreams to meet Nelson Mandela and there I sat in the same room as him, waiting for my […]
We want to formally welcome our newest team member who is stepping into Jing’s spot, Jiaojiao Hu. Jiaojiao was born in a minority family in Yunnan province in Southwest of China. She studied German and French from 2011 to 2013, and achieved two master degrees in development economics in developing countries and emerging market and […]
The “Water Challenge Badge” booklet are made to help teachers, scout leaders or students searching for help to educate children, young people or themselves about the crucial role water plays for life on our planet.
Scientists have made a biological discovery in Arctic Ocean waters as dramatic and unexpected as finding a rainforest in the middle of a desert.
“After a decade-long drought, Aboriginal elders travel the length of Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin performing the Ringbalin—a pilgrimage designed to ‘dance’ the spirit back into the land and heal the rivers. And it appears to work”. National Geographic
On May 11, our famous Chinese mountain explorer Jing ascended the world’s fifth highest peak, Makalu– at 8481 m / 27,825 ft elevation. In the past five years, Jing has successfully reached six of the world’s top level summits. Click the picture below for a gallery from Jing’s trip You can also follow Jing on Sina Microblogging […]