Journey to the climate change hotspot of the Arctic with Robert Swan, one of the world’s greatest living explorers, and the first person to walk to both the North and South Poles.
Explore the Arctic with Barney Swan, the first person in history to walk to the South Pole, powered entirely by renewable energy.
Venture to the top of the world as you follow in the footsteps of some of the bravest explorers in history and cross the Arctic Circle for a once-in-a-lifetime achievement.
Observe the massive icebergs and glaciers while viewing the abundance of Arctic wildlife including whales, puffins, and seals as we cruise through the icy waters in Zodiac boats.
Make landing and set foot on the pristine landscape of the Arctic. As you contemplate preserving this biosphere, observe the animals and nature that call this ice home.
Explore the magnificent Arctic as you hike up coast lines. Arctic fox and Svalbard Reindeer.
Witness polar bears playing on the ice sheets as you contemplate the delicacy of this ecosystem.
Feel the exhilaration as you leap into the sub-freezing waters during the famous Polar Plunge.
- Countries: Norway & Arctic Region
- Host City: Oslo, Norway
- Duration: 12 Days/11 Nights
- Accommodations: 4 Night Hotel/7 Nights Ship Cabin
- Adventure Activities: Trekking, Zodiac Cruising, and Kayaking
- Adventure Activity Level: Moderate*
- Trip Activity Level: Moderate*
*Please refer to our Trip Activity Level Guide or speak to one of our Adventure Consultants at 855-208-6800 to determine if this is the right trip for you.
Daily Itinerary Overview (Days 1 – 7)
DAY 1 (June 15, 2019): Oslo, Norway
Welcome to Oslo, the Capital City of Norway! Oslo is the winner of the European Green Capital Award 2019, and offers a rare combination of city life with modern architecture. Join us as we tour the city and take you back into time to its rich Viking history.!
DAY 2 (June 16, 2019): Oslo, Norway
The advent of our Expedition is upon us as Robert & Barney Swan mesmerize us with their tales of polar exploration. Afterwards, take advantage of the free time to explore Nordic cuisine and the vibrant and friendly social scene.
DAY 3 (June 17, 2019): Oslo, Norway
Today, a new chapter for planet Earth begins! We will begin the day with a number of lectures and presentations from our Leadership Team followed by a gear check. This afternoon, we will have a Welcome Toast to the Expedition with your fellow explorers.
DAY 4 (June 18, 2019): Svalbard
In the morning, we will board a private charter flight to Longyearbyen, Svalbard. Longyearbyen is the capital city of Svalbard. The Svalbard Islands are located in the Arctic Ocean, halfway between Norway and the North Pole. Here, you will find untouched arctic wilderness and unique wildlife in a setting that is both rugged and fragile at the same time.
Upon landing, we will trek across the Tundra with our Team in search for Polar Bears. This will get us prepared for the adventure that awaits as this afternoon we board our Expedition ship. As you travel through the Arctic, observe the picturesque glaciers and rocky isles. While adjusting to life at sea, ponder the importance of our mission to save the planet from climate change.
DAY 5 (June 19, 2019): Hornsund, Spitsbergen
Enjoy waking up to the blue sky, crisp air, and icy surroundings as Svalbard’s largest island, Spitsbergen, greats you with mystery and delight. Discover the intricate system of Hornsund, a 12 km wide fjord cutting directly through gagged edged mountain formations that date all the way back to the Precambrian eon. Ride zodiacs right up to the sheer vertical cliffs that flank both sides of the fjord. Take in the majestic scenery on kayaks as you witness the breathtaking glacial ice machine that protrudes 70 meters high from the ocean’s crest.
DAY 6 (June 20, 2019): Storfjorden Straight and Edgeøya
During the night, make your way around the southernmost tip of Spitsbergen, north through the Storfjorden straight towards anchor position in Edgeøya. Greet the morning with resident walruses and reindeer as you begin your operation riding zodiacs towards the shore. Share the beaches with a gregarious walrus population, as they digest the thousands of clams they’ve eaten on the Storfjorden sea floor that morning.
DAY 7 (June 21, 2019): Spitsbergen Island Sailing Towards Kongsfjord
Awake to the balmy gulf stream waters along the west coast of Spitsbergen as you make your way towards the northern shores of Krossfjord. Keep an eye out for humpbacks, and blue whales as you enjoy lunch while nestled between dominant glaciers on either side of the ship. Anchor in an area known as “Stefan’s Garden” where cliffs face generally southward and are thereby exposed to direct sunlight 24 hours per day.
You can obtain a complete detailed ClimateForce: Arctic 2019 itinerary by clicking HERE.
Expedition Start Date
- Official Start Date: June 15, 2019
- Official End Date: June 26, 2019
To inquire on a custom date, please CONTACT US!
There are two components to the Expedition pricing
Cabin Berth Cost
Charter Flight Cost
Cabin Berth Cost
Prices are Per Person / Per Berth in USD.
Twin Porthole – $14,240 (Double Occupancy) – Sold Out Queen Porthole – $14,240 (Double Occupancy) – Sold Out Twin Window – $14,980 (Double Occupancy) – Sold Out Large Twin Window – $15,480 (Double Occupancy) – Sold Out Large Twin Window Plus – $15,480 (Double Occupancy) – Sold Out
Superior Twin – $16,190 (Double Occupancy) – Spaces Limited
Superior Queen – $16,190 (Double Occupancy) – Spaces Limited
Twin Balcony – $19,600 (Double Occupancy) – Spaces Limited
Queen Balcony – $19,600 (Double Occupancy) – Spaces Limited
Platinum Twin – $21,100 (Double Occupancy) – Spaces Limited
Executive Twin – $23,900 (Double Occupancy) – Spaces Limited
Single A – $17,850 (Single Occupancy) – Sold Out
Single B – $18,470 (Single Occupancy) – Spaces Limited
Charter Flight Cost
The charter flights between Oslo and Longyearbyen at the beginning and conclusion of the Expedition will total $800 USD
If you would like to book a full room (2 berths) for one person, then you will be charged 2.0 times the individual room rate. There is no special single supplement rate for this departure.
For the Terms & Conditions and Payment Policy of the ClimateForce: Arctic 2019 expedition please click HERE.
Clarion Hotel The Hub
With an unbeatable location, just about as central as you can get in Oslo, you’ll be within easy reach of Oslo’s central hub, Oslo Central Station. From Jernbanetorget just outside the hotel, you can also access the tram, metro and bus network to reach Oslo’s various neighbourhoods and suburbs. In other words, you really won’t be able to get closer to the great range of attractions available here in Norway’s capital city. At the Clarion Hotel The Hub, you will be able to enjoy exciting food with local flavours and Norway’s coolest lobby and meeting space. And you’l have plenty of bars, cafés, shops and restaurants just around the corner. Thousands of local residents and tourists pass by here every day, and we look forward to inviting everyone in to our fabulous lobby and unique restaurant and bar offering stunning views of the Oslo Fjord and the city’s skyline. The Clarion Hotel The Hub will be a meeting place, and a natural place to mingle for Oslo’s local residents, visitors and conference guests alike!
Facts about the Clarion Hotel The Hub
Located in the heart of Oslo with good communications including the tram (Trikken), the metro, buses, transfer buses to Gardermoen Airport right outside the door. The hotel is just 2 minutes from Oslo Central Station.
810 new and modern hotel rooms including three high security floors that can be closed off to the public for private use.
24 meetings rooms that can accommodate up to 1,850 people.
Major investment into innovative solutions and modern technology throughout the hotel.
3 exciting food and drinks concepts, including a fabulous restaurant on the 13th floor providing views of the Oslo Opera House, Bjørvika and the Oslo Fjord.
Trendy pop-up concepts.
New and well-equipped gym and relaxation area
Sustainable, clean and local produce that offers a true taste of Oslo.
Radisson Blue Airport Port Hotel
Linked to the Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (OSL) terminal by a covered walkway, the Radisson Blu Airport Hotel is just steps from bus and train stations. You can reach the vibrant city center in about 20 minutes via Flytoget, the Airport Express train. The 500 soundproof rooms and suites include amenities such as minibars and free high-speed wireless Internet.
ENJOY MODERN FACILITIES
Indulge in light, refreshing cuisine and Scandinavian à la carte selections at AfterGate Restaurant. The Lobby Lounge offers an inviting atmosphere where you can relax with a drink while doing some aircraft spotting. Keep up with your fitness regimen at the Fit4Flight wellness center. The hotel offers new, modern Meeting & Events facilities. A total of 31 well-equipped conference rooms are fitted with the newest in audio-visual technology and can accommodate up to 350 delegates.
The hotel’s location makes it the perfect accommodation for those with an early flight who still want to explore the Norwegian Capital. A short train ride takes you to the city center, ready to discover popular attractions such as the Vigeland Park and Museum, the Frogner Park and the Astrup Fearnley Museum. The latter is right next to the Sneak Peak watchtower, which offers a panoramic view of Aker Brygge (the old wharf), Oslo City Hall and the Harbor.
Inaugurated in 2008, The Explorer is the world’s ultimate expedition ship. Her design and equipment is the result of almost 200 years of collective expedition experience.
Originally built for service along Norway’s coast as part of the famed Hurtigruten, or Coastal Express, her excellent maneuverability and just-right size made her a natural choice for addition to our fleet. Drawing on our nearly 50 years of pioneering expedition history and expertise, we completely redesigned and rebuilt her. The Explorer is uniquely equipped with an ice-strengthened hull and advanced navigation equipment for polar expeditions; a roster of tools for exploration; and a well-appointed interior with vast expanses of glass for an unprecedented connection to the regions we explore. She provides a peerless expedition cruise trip.
At 367 feet with six decks, she is spacious and modern, with a variety of public rooms that offer startling views of the passing landscape. Friendly and informal, Explorer instantly fosters a welcoming environment where enthused and curious passengers share in exceptional experiences and enrichment.
Her public rooms include a dramatic window-lined library and observation lounge perched at the very top of the ship, plentiful observation decks (including easy access to the bow), and the forward facing chart room, offering a 24-hour beverage station. The spacious lounge is the heart of our expedition community, and is suited for spirited cocktail hours, informative presentations and our nightly tradition of Recap. Our dining room and adjacent bistro easily accommodate all guests at once for open seating dining.
While Explorer’s interiors are certainly elegant, life aboard is always casual, with no need for formal clothing. And you’ll find shipboard services like a state-of-the-art fitness center, laundry and public-area wifi make packing and traveling more convenient.
Cabins (Click HERE to View Cabin Images)
To learn more about what past participants have to say about their experiences, we encourage you to read our testimonials below.
“There are few experiences in life that can really touch you at your core — that move you, humble you, and transform how you think of and perceive the world. From feeling microscopic next to majestic humpback whales, to the empowerment that comes from learning the true science and potential solutions for global warming, the IAE experience elicits feelings, questions, and emotions you seldom get to contemplate. It is truly an experience that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.”
Gaurav Kikani, United States
“You know that moment when you see something so beautiful you wish you were a poet? Or that moment when nature stuns you, and you wish you were a scientist? Or that moment when a community creates such an impact on your life that you wish you stop time? There are very few moments in my life where these feelings all converged – a true sense of awe of the natural world, a deeper understanding of the science of our planet and plight of Antarctica, and the passion and hopefulness of a truly global group of young leaders who could actually change the world.”
Fred Assaf, United States
“This expedition to Antarctica is not just an expedition to the south, but an inspirational voyage of self-discovery and self-evaluation that focuses around the issue of climate change. At the end, one will no doubt question why we live the way we do today. As Colomina and Wigley (2016) say: “The human might be the only species to have systematically designed its own extinction, and seems to be getting close to accomplishing the goal”. We are very well aware of the consequences of our actions and it is our choice to take a moment to accept and initiate change or parade through our own self-destruction. This expedition to Antarctica equips one with a reason and a platform for action and hopefully mark the beginning of a chain-action to finally end this mindless game.”
Tomohito Shibata, Japan
“The International Antarctica Expedition 2017 profoundly impacted me on many levels. What a once-in-a-life-time opportunity it was to experience the exquisite beauty of Antarctica, the last remaining wilderness—a frozen version of paradise. I also loved getting to know my fellow passengers who came from 32 different countries, all wanting to learn more about climate change. I felt inspired listening to their plans, projects, and visions for lowering carbon output and mitigating climate change in their respective countries. This journey was probably the most memorable trip I have ever been on.”
Erica Elliott, United States
“My experience with 2041 was truly life changing. The passion of the team leaders, the stories told by my fellow travelers, the brainstorming sessions and the motivation I was left with to go out and do my part in protecting the planet were unparalleled in terms of any other journeys I have undertaken in my life. On top of that, the spectacular setting of Antarctica itself as a backdrop to our discussions and seeing the realities of climate change up close and personal were powerful catalyzers of change. Thank you for such a special experience!”
Alexa Firmenich, Switzerland
“There are two learning elements to the experience: the people and the place. The people: You think you are there for Rob, but after spending those days on the ship, you realize everybody on the ship is a Rob in his or her own right, and the motivation, the learning is infinite. And then the place: Antarctica. Its dissolves the realms of space, time and distance, it’s a world beyond ours. You see it in pictures, but you feel it only when you are there. And the feeling just enhances every day, and I’ve been back for six weeks now. You realize that if you are lucky enough to have that place on our planet, you have a responsibility to protect it too.”
Rohit Gupta, India
“International Antarctic Expedition 2017 was a life-changing experience. Antarctica was so surreal and moving that I will do everything I can to keep it exactly the way it currently is. This continent has taken a piece of my heart and has inspired me to keep pushing to bring about changes that will combat global warming and preserve Antarctica.
Apart from the moving experiences of watching the impact of climate change real-time, the expedition really helped me broaden my perspective. The most valuable for me were the interactions I had with the incredible people from varied fields and countries who were a part of the expedition. Every single one of them is doing something amazing in his/ her own way. Their determination to make a difference motivated me to do something meaningful.”
Digantika Mitra, India
What truly sets The Explorer’s Passage apart are our Expedition Leaders. The Expedition Leaders for the ClimateForce: Arctic 2019 expedition are the best in the business.
ROBERT SWAN, OBE, FOUNDER OF 2041 FOUNDATION
On November 3, 1984, Robert Swan traveled 14,842 nautical miles (27,487 km) to Antarctica. Inspired by the great Robert Falcon Scott, the British Navy Officer and Explorer who in 1912 led the 2nd team to ever reach the South Pole. Swan’s incredible crossing of Antarctica, some 900 miles (1,400 km), would be more ambitious and on January 11, 1986, after 70 days, Swan’s team had achieved the longest unassisted march ever made in history. Three years later, on May 14, 1989, Swan and a team of 7 explorers reached the North Pole making Swan the first man to walk to both the North and South Poles. He was awarded the Polar Medal by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and is a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for Youth.
The experiences at the Poles allowed Swan to witness the effects of climate change firsthand and he shifted his life’s purpose to working toward solutions to the greatest threat Swan is one history’s greatest survivalists. He has spent his life doing the impossible and inspiring the world. He has shown us countless times under the most dire of situations his strength, courage and fortitude. There is no better leader on this planet to lead this mission, to lead OUR mission. Join us and be part of history to join Swan’s fight and the fight for humanity to solve our greatest threat for survival that our planet faces. Through his organization ‘2041’, Robert Swan has traveled to all corners of the globe to inspire and build leaders to create a more sustainable world. Robert is on a 50 year mission to help preserve Antarctica and our planet. His story of unbelievable spirit will take you on a journey of inspiration, courage and humility.
JEFF BONALDI, FOUNDER & CEO – THE EXPLORER’S PASSAGE
Adventure Travel isn’t just about the journey that sends us soaring head-first into uncharted territory – it’s also about The Story: the history, mystery, myth and lore unique to that territory, its people and its culture.
Jeff’s passion for storytelling came as a teenager, when, during visits to some of America’s
oldest universities, he found myself enamored by the European-influenced architecture, and by legends like Albert Einstein, James Madison and Thomas Jefferson who walked the grounds decades before. Inspired to learn more, he dug deep into the history behind these universities, and soon began leading his own elaborate tours for friends and family, impressing and inspiring them with his enthusiasm and encyclopedic knowledge. It wasn’t long before his love for guiding and storytelling burgeoned from the microcosm of the college campus to cities throughout the U.S. and Europe and later, across the globe. Determined to “redefine the perfect way to travel,” he have spent years accumulating and curating the skills and experiences that now serve as the foundation for The Explorer’s Passage. At the heart of his philosophy, of course, is The Story – the historical element uncovered through extensive research and woven seamlessly throughout each of TEP’s adventures. The Story, he believes, is what launches travel into the realm of transcendent, leaving travelers invigorated, enriched and enlightened.
Jeff has climbed, canoed and galloped through nearly 30 countries on six continents. He has come a long way since his college campus touring days – and yet, his mission remains singular: to create, the most immersive, transformative and spine-tingling travel experiences in the industry.
BARNEY SWAN, LOGISTICS & TEAM MANAGER, 2041 FOUNDATION
Barney Swan was born in London, United Kingdom, and then moved to tropical Far North Queensland, Australia at the age of 7. Being raised off grid in Australia helped him developed an acute understanding of how valuable energy is, with conveniences often not being an option.
On January 15, 2018, after skiing 600 nautical miles, Barney Swan along with two other
explorers became the first people in history to journey to the South Pole powered entirely by renewable energy. His incredible feat marked the launch of the ClimateForce Challenge, a 7-year campaign which he has committed to remove 326 million tons of C02 out of the atmosphere. Using this journey as a platform for engagement, he will be working with sponsors, and partners to empower audiences with solutions, dialogues, and measurable actions plans surrounding sustainable development.
With degrees in Business and Multimedia, Barney helps run the 2041 Foundation and co-directs 2041’s expeditions and ventures across the globe. Over the last 5 years, he has developed and applied his skills in alpine mountaineering, risk management, technical sailing, and outdoor leadership.
ANJULI PANDIT, PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Anjuli grew up in nine different countries because of her father’s international career. She studied to be a school teacher and taught elementary education in Kuwait City and Prague before moving to India to work on sustainability. In 2008, she helped launch Al Gore’s The Climate Reality Project in India, working on climate change awareness and action. In 2009, she joined Tata Consulting Services as the lead marketing and communications manager for the environmental IT services suite. She would go on to work for both Tata Sons and Taj Hotels during her four years at the Tata Group. Currently, Anjuli looks after Corporate Sustainability for BNP Paribas, based in London. Anjuli has a masters degree in International Public Management and Energy Policy from Sciences Po, Paris. She has also done projects with the Obama Administration, the International Energy Agency, and the solar light start-up, Greenlight Planet.
ADRIAN CROSS “JUMPER”, EXPEDITION LEADER
Adrian Cross known as “Jumper” is a mountain and arctic trained ex-member of the Her Majesties British Forces. Jumper has been a key member of Robert Swan’s team since 1998. An accomplished Ocean Yachtsman he was instructed to lead an eight-member strong team to sail into the Antarctica by yacht. is was to perform a photographic recognizance, to record and to survey the 1500 tons of rubbish, which Robert and his crew subsequently removed from King George Island Antarctic. Jumper and his team also photographed sixteen global warming indicator sites along the Antarctic Peninsula; UNESCO awarded him for his effort in the year 2000. Undertaking numerous expeditions into the ice alongside Robert and the team he also worked on the Circumnavigation of Africa by the organizations Yacht “2041” and its South African crew. Presently his skills are still used in the Bristol Marine Academy as a Safety & Training Consultant based in the UK.
Why Journey on ClimateForce: Arctic 2019!
Explore the Arctic with Robert Swan
Journey to the Arctic with Robert Swan, one of the world’s greatest living explorers, and the first person to walk to both the North and South Poles. His experiences at the Poles allowed Robert to witness the effects of climate change firsthand, and shifted his life’s purpose to working toward solutions to mitigate the greatest threat that our planet faces. Through his organization ‘2041’, Robert Swan has traveled to all corners of the globe to inspire and build leaders to create a more sustainable world. His story of unbelievable spirit will take you on a journey of inspiration, courage and humility.
Explore the Arctic with Barney Swan
On January 15, 2018, after skiing 600 nautical miles, Barney Swan along with two other explorers became the first people in history to journey to the South Pole powered entirely by renewable energy. His incredible feat marked the launch of the ClimateForce Challenge, a 7-year campaign which he has committed to remove 326 million tons of C02 out of the atmosphere.
A World Class Leadership Team
Experience the Arctic with our World Class Leadership Team who are here to make this expedition the most incredible adventure of your lifetime. Join world-class explorers Robert & Barney Swan, Jeff Bonaldi, the Founder and CEO of The Explorer’s Passage, along with the entire Leadership Team as we sail to the Arctic. You will have the opportunity to engage one on one with our Leadership Team throughout the expedition as each of our team members are at your service to help you get the most out of your time in the Arctic.
Our Team will be waiting for your arrival in Norway for a number of outstanding activities planned before the official start of your expedition. On June 15th, explore Oslo, the Capital City of Norway with our team! Oslo is the winner of the European Green Capital Award 2019 and offers a rare combination of city life with modern architecture. Join us as we tour the city and take you back into time to its rich Viking history! On June 16th, we will hold additional activities in this vibrant city before the beginning of our official program in the afternoon.
Robert & Barney Swan / The Explorer’s Passage Partnership
Over the last 15 years, Robert and Barney Swan have guided more than 3,500 people to the Polar Regions through their renown Leadership on the Edge program and other strategic expeditions. No other individuals have a stronger record of success and experience in leading ventures in the Polar Regions.
Through Robert & Barney’s partnership with The Explorer’s Passage, which operates adventures throughout six continents, you will experience an integration of history and adventure like never before. Participants will enjoy the unmatched service and excellence that guests have come to expect from The Explorer’s Passage, from personalized attention and support to some of most creative itineraries in the adventure travel industry.
A Member of the ClimateForce Community
By joining the ClimateForce: Arctic 2019 expedition you become part of a vast global movement of change leaders from across the planet. With thousands of ClimateForce alumni in over 100 countries, you will have access to a diverse set of ideas, resources, and connections. You will begin your life long ClimateForce journey on this special expedition.
Enhanced Workshops & Programs On-Board
No other Polar expedition on the planet has a more comprehensive on-board programming schedule than ClimateForce: Arctic 2019. Our renowned ‘Leadership on the Edge’ program consists of a unique blend of leadership development, up-to-date climate change training, and sustainability education to help you on your climate leadership journey. The Leadership on the Edge program has been refined and tested for 14 years and 22 expeditions. We incorporate workshops on story-telling, writing, presentation, and public-speaking skills to help with your personal and professional development. Robert and Barney Swan will mesmerize you with their stories of Polar Exploration and Jeff Bonaldi will take you back in time as we learn the stories of the greatest explorers in history. Moreover, renowned experts on glaciology, geography, and wildlife will conduct informative lectures to equip you with everything you need to truly learn from the icy classroom that is the Arctic.
On the nights of June 15th, 16th and 17th, join us at the The Hub hotel in Oslo. With an unbeatable location, just about as central as you can get in Oslo, you’ll be within easy reach of Oslo’s central hub, Oslo Central Station. From Jernbanetorget just outside the hotel, you can also access the tram, metro and bus network to reach Oslo’s various neighborhoods and suburbs. In other words, you really won’t be able to get closer to the great range of attractions available here in Norway’s capital city. At Clarion Hotel The Hub, you will be able to enjoy exciting food with local flavors and Norway’s coolest lobby and meeting space. And you’ll have plenty of bars, cafés, shops and restaurants just around the corner. Thousands of local residents and tourists pass by here every day, and we look forward to inviting everyone in to our fabulous lobby and unique restaurant and bar offering stunning views of the Oslo Fjord and the city’s skyline. The Clarion Hotel – The Hub will be a meeting place, and a natural place to mingle for Oslo’s local residents, visitors and conference guests alike!
Adventure is at the core of our philosophy, and this expedition will provide numerous opportunities to fulfill your senses. Once in the Arctic we will have daily off-ship programs that range from zodiac cruises and kayaking just feet away from whales and seals, to hikes up the icy landscapes. You will also have the opportunity to become one with yourself and the surrounding environment while practicing yoga with one of the most magnificent views on the planet. Last, but certainly not least, feel the exhilaration as you leap into the sub-freezing waters during the world famous Polar Plunge. Whatever your desire or skill level may be, our adventure activities will showcase the raw beauty of Arctic and you will complete each day with a sense of accomplishment and pride.
Sustainability at the Core of the Expedition
At The Explorer’s Passage, we not only have a great respect for all things history but we also go out of our way to not leave any “history” of us behind! We are proud members of both Sustainable Travel International and Leave No Trace and incorporate their principles throughout each of our adventures.
For the ClimateForce: Arctic 2019 expedition, we work hard to minimize our impact to the Arctic so that we can help preserve it for generations to come. Consistent with our mission’s philosophy we also pay special care to our Carbon Footprint. We will be offsetting the carbon impact of each guest on the ship portion of this expedition and will provide the opportunity for each of you to partner with us in the endeavor.
Personal Videos with Robert & Barney Swan
Each guest on this expedition will have the opportunity to film a one on one video with Robert Swan and Barney Swan. You will be able to utilize this video to help you enhance your personal story when you return home.
A Personal Reference from the ClimateForce Team
Upon completion of the Leadership on the Edge program, our Team Leaders are at your service to help with personal references in your applications for schools, jobs, and other leaderships programs.
Complete our Expedition and we will provide you with slideshow images from some of the finest Arctic photographers in the world. In addition to your short films with Robert and Barney Swan, you will be able to utilize these images as part of your media toolkit and enhanced storytelling skills to excel in your life upon returning home.
Post Expedition Community
You will be part of an incredible group who will be passing the renewable-energy baton to your companies, communities, and countries. We will establish a private social Media Community to not only help you keep in contact with your new friends, after the expedition but also to empower you with ideas and resources to take action to combat the effects of climate change through our 3,500 member global alumni network.