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Voyage for the Future

Voyage for the Future ambassadors ask: Are you on board?

Ambassadors say: Take action now!

18 young adults from 9 countries participated in a ten-day expedition in June 2008 that took them along the coast of Svalbard and taught them about climate change science and the global feedback effects associated with rising Arctic temperatures.

Voyage participants now serve as WWF ‘Ambassadors for Change’, sharing their knowledge to stimulate broad public support for measures to radically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

CLICK HERE to find out more about our Ambassadors, or CLICK HERE to read blog excerpts and see photos from the voyage.

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Click on the image above, or just click here, to download a WWF Voyage for the Future campaign brochure [pdf, 1.01MB]
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Day nine: Take action! Take action!
Russian volunteers Ekaterina and Dmitry describe their visit to a research station, and take one last trip in the Zodiacs, dodging jagged floating sea ice and bearded seals.
Playing with the huskies at the Polish research station at Hornsund, Svalbard © WWF

Today we made it to the Polish Research station in Hornsund. It was created in 1957 and ever since it has much improved: the station itself is modernly equipped, consists of several laboratories and bedrooms for the scientists.  CLICK HERE to read more ...
   

Day eight: Whales and thoughts
Swedish Ambassadors Nanny-Maja and Sven report for the Voyage for the Future ahead of their last night on the boat, and say the voyage for the present is just getting started.
The Voyage for the Future vessel, the Aleksey Maryshev © WWF / Sindre Kinnerød

Nothing beats the Arctic, this is the most beautiful place we’ve even been, and for every day that passes out here it’s getting clearer and clearer to us how magnificent and wonderful the world is. CLICK HERE to read more ...