Key Indicators- A Presentation to the IUCN-
Our expedition in the spring of 2019 was incredibly successful and proved to be one of those right time-right place journeys. We were able to not only visually document the Jason Box Key Indicators meta study, but have been able to morph that expedition into significant global engagement. Upon our return from the expedition we were asked to present our findings to the IUCN policy meetings in Brussels. After scrambling for a few days to put together a presentation, Andrea from our team flew to Europe to showcase our expedition.
This presentation has in turn generated a great deal of interest in the Project’s work and has lead to numerous global opportunities. We have been invited to work with global financial institutions on a couple of projects, one of which has us particularly intrigued, is the development of a large exhibit on the Arctic and Climate Change at The British National Museum in London. Additionally, we have been asked to speak and display at 2020 Climate Events in Marseille, Tromso, Jakarta, Brisbane, London and others here in the US. The presentation has also been showcased in university classrooms throughout the world.