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Eric has and will continue to present his and others' findings regarding climate change to everyone from school children to grown businessmen. His environmental footprint to undertake this journey was huge but it has been and will continue to be offset by the value of the education he is providing to those who listen to his stories.

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I agree 100% with Samh- yes, trips like these do come at the expense of some environmental impacts (namely, fossil fuels used up in these long flights). I don't see his undertakings as purely selfish- although his own interests are definitely being served, I think Eric's goal of connecting people to these places- in the hopes people care about/think about them just a little bit more, including the impact that global warming has on them - is a great service to others as well as the planet.fafnnfuib

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Do they keep exploration alive, as many "firsts" are long taken?

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Larsen's expedition is intended to call attention to climate change in those regions.

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I agree 100% with Samh- yes, trips like these do come at the expense of some environmental impacts (namely, fossil fuels used up in these long flights). I don't see his undertakings as purely selfish- although his own interests are definitely being served, I think Eric's goal of connecting people to these places- in the hopes people care about/think about them just a little bit more, including the impact that global warming has on them - is a great service to others as well as the planet.

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Eric has and will continue to present his and others' findings regarding climate change to everyone from school children to grown businessmen. His environmental footprint to undertake this journey was huge but it has been and will continue to be offset by the value of the education he is providing to those who listen to his stories.

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"creative" records is a good term. People are coming up with all sorts of variations of routes. They don't keep "exploration" alive, but records are a normal aspect of human behavior, and thus will continue.

What raises my eyebrow here is: The Cause. Everyone seems to want to Save the Squirrels, whether the trip has anything to do with squirrels or not. This was a worthy trip, well done, but I don't see what it did to "save the poles" (all that flying does the opposite). These are purely selfish undertakings, which is just fine, so let's leave them at that.

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