WWW Patron receives New Year Honour

WWW Patron receives New Year Honour

WWW Patron, Prof. Terry V. Callaghan, received a CMG in the 2018 New Year honours for services to advancing knowledge and international collaboration in Arctic science. The Diplomatic Service and Overseas New Year 2018 Honours List recognises extraordinary people in a...
Fascinating evening with David H-A

Fascinating evening with David H-A

On Monday 4th December, guests at were treated to tales of adventure as David Hempleman-Adams spoke about the Polar Ocean Challenge, other expeditions and the inspiration that started it all. The evening was to raise funds for WWW’s schools education programme...
Cycling for Sea Ice!

Cycling for Sea Ice!

7 year old Evie Ahern has taken on a really big challenge for #GivingTuesday – to cycle 133km (or a massive 89 times around her local bike track!) – to highlight the critical rate of Arctic sea ice shrinkage. According to NASA, September Arctic sea ice is now...
The changing Arctic. How will YOU help?

The changing Arctic. How will YOU help?

In the 3rd of our video series to highlight the importance of the Arctic, Prof. Terry V Callaghan, Nobel Prize winner and WWW Patron, explains what changes we might expect to see in the Arctic as global warming continues. This #GivingTuesday (28h Nov), WWW is raising...
Exploding pingos found in Russia!

Exploding pingos found in Russia!

Earlier this summer new craters were formed on the tundra of the Yamal peninsula in Siberia due to methane gas explosions. When permafrost melts it releases methane – a greenhouse gas – that has been trapped under the surface for many years. Aleksandr...