Today is an exciting day as the 5th day of the 2041 project is unfolding down in the most southern place on planet Earth, Antarctica. This three-week journey through the arctic paradise is not only a life-changing experience for lucky participants, but also a revelation of the necessity of renewable energy, the importance of recycling and the eco-responsibility of communities worldwide.
Initiated by cross-Polar explorer Robert Swan, the 2041 project was born from his strenuous polar explorations that revealed to him not only the breathtaking immensity of Earth’s extreme corners but also the brutal environmental effects of industrial exploitation.
If you too are an advocate for preserving natural resources, if you wish to build the future you want and not one guided by governmental decisions, if you believe independence of thought is the best gift an adult can give to himself and to younger generations, the following will interest you also.
The 2041 project should matter to you because:
As if these latter words weren’t enough, bear in mind that over 1000 men, women and students, throughout a period of 11 years, have tucked up their sleeves and gathered over 1500 tons of metal abandoned in Antarctica.
All of it was recycled in South America.