It was another interesting and productive day on the tundra. We began the day with a teleconference to
Next we took another afternoon tour on the Tundra Buggy, where we saw our first arctic hare of the trip, and in addition to that we saw 2 color phases of snow geese the blue phase, and the white phase, and a polar bear that roamed very close to ourAct Buggy! Very, very importantly we created an action plan for our Communicator Leadership Camp. We committed ourselves to work in a support capacity with the people who formulated the Acres for the Atmosphere action plan, by annually reducing 25,000 metric tons of carbon emissions (as a group collective amount), in whatever ways we can creatively accomplish this. We feel good about this, because it is all about partnerships, positive action, and saving precious ecosystems, such as the tundra, and all its inhabitants.
In addition to all of that excitement, we learned from other experts who spoke about polar bear/zoo connections, field research, and PBI resources that can be accessed for educators. There is so much to reflect upon and do, and new friends and colleagues to keep in touch with. Tomorrow we head back to town to tour Churchill, then a flight back to
See you soon!