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Juan’s question
You are all truly inspiring people. Now, I’ve just returned from the 
Youth expedition and I learned my fair share from the Arctic beauty 
and from the other voyagers, but what do you all have to say to the 
youth around the world?
 Any tips or plans for us to share with our schools?
 Truly appreciate it. I am excitingly following your trip, and I hope 
we get to talk about both of them one day.
 Good luck…

Hannah’s response
Hi Juan,
Thanks for your questions and for taking part in the youth expedition, please check the education section of www.capefarewell.com for various resources, ideas and activities for schools, our ambition is that climate change is taught right across the ciriculum and not only restricted to being taught in isolation in say science or geography lessons. Climate change is a cultural issue which demands a cultural response – it requires a creative approach and we hope that our education programme will help achieve that in schools and young people. But you have to do your bit too! Now you have returned from the Arctic it is up to you to share your stories and lessons and help others to understand the beauty of what we stand to lose.
What do ‘we’ have to say to the youth? Perhaps the question you should be answering is what do ‘they’ have to say to ‘us’!

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    1. Javier García Wong Kit

      Posted Friday 17 Jul at 16:59 | Permalink

      Hi Hanna, my name is Javier Garcia Wong Kit, I’m a journalist from Peru and I’m writing a chronicle for the magazine “Mundo Ecologico” about the effects of climate change in glaciers.
      I read about Cape Farewell and contact Ana Cecilia Gonzales Vigil. She gave me your mail for have more information about that amazing experience in Peru, but it always failed.

      How was the trip? If you could tell me more about that I will be very grateful.

      Regards,

      Javier

      PS: Sorry about my english. I need to practice.

    2. Javier García Wong Kit

      Posted Friday 17 Jul at 17:00 | Permalink

      Hi Hanna, my name is Javier Garcia Wong Kit, I’m a journalist from Peru and I’m writing a chronicle for the magazine “Mundo Ecologico” about the effects of climate change in glaciers.
      I read about Cape Farewell and contact Ana Cecilia Gonzales Vigil. She gave me your mail for have more information about that amazing experience in Peru, but it always failed.

      How was the trip? If you could tell me more about that I will be very grateful.

      Regards,

      Javier

      PS: Sorry about my english. I need to practice.