The Save The Poles Expedition begins its second leg of documenting climate conditions from the South Pole, North Pole and Mt. Everest.
Eric Larsen and the Save The Poles Expedition began the second leg of their journey today, setting off on their journey to the North Pole. The team is tracking climate changes on the earth’s poles and the summit of Mt. Everest in a single 365 day period. The three-man expedition team will have to trek 490-miles to reach the North Pole.
Larsen has already reached and documented climate changes at the South Pole in January, after skiing 750 miles in 48 days. The goal is to document the various changes at the “front lines” of these frozen places and add to the information being compiled about global warming.
For more information on Eric Larsen visit www.savethepoles.com