Entries in exploration (10)

Tuesday
Apr152014

Antarctica: A New Frontier

Antarctica is a frozen, windswept continent, with no permanent inhabitants residing on the frozen planet because of its hostility and remoteness.

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Wednesday
Dec042013

Mini guide to thailand’s islands

Thailand's islands are some of the most visited on the planet; there is only one reason for this - Thailand’s coastline is the definition of paradise. Wherever you look Thailand is bathed in stunning panoramic views. Wherever you go there are palm trees, sand and beautiful clear blue waters.

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Monday
Sep232013

Volunteer photo of the week: Carmen James

Carmen volunteered on the Madagascar Wildlife Conservation Adventure where she took this fantastic shot. We loved the sense of journey and adventure to come that makes this photograph so enticing.

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Friday
Mar232012

Into the Wild Meets: Hermione Taylor from The DoNation

Hermione is the creator of an innovative and new age fundraising site called DoNation, which enables people to sponsor their friend’s challenges through green and sustainable action instead of pledging money - in order to help the environment.

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Wednesday
Mar212012

Into the Wild: Race to the Bottom of the Ocean

Something exciting is happening in the world of exploration and it’s happening today! Amazingly, the deepest part of our world’s oceans has only ever been reached by humans once. Today Holywood film director James Cameron sets off to repeat this epic achievement.

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Wednesday
Feb292012

Mark Wood Explorer - North South Solo Expedition

Following our fascinating interview with Mark Wood a couple of weeks back, Into the Wild caught up with the explorer as he prepares for the second leg of his epic solo and unaided journey to the North and South Poles.

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Friday
Jan272012

Into the Wild Meets: Mark Wood - Walking to the Ends of the Earth for Climate Change

Mark Wood considers himself an ordinary guy, but his current situation is about as far from normal as you can get. Mark has completed part one of his attempt to be the first person in history to ski solo – unsupported and unaided, to both the South Geographic and the North Geographic Pole’s consecutively.

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Wednesday
Jan252012

X Prize – Revolution through Competition

Humanity has always faced a huge number of challenges, from exploration and navigation to advances and breakthroughs in medical science. One way that these challenges have been overcome is through incentivised competition, where prizes are offered to the first individual or team to find a solution. Read how the X Prize Foundation approach this.

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Tuesday
Jan172012

The Most Bizarre and Epic Journeys Ever Undertaken

We’re taking you all over the world this week on Into the Wild, looking at some of the most amazing journeys and adventures out there. Today we profile several of the most adventurous, daring and incredible athletes out there, who have put their lives on the line to push the boundaries of what humans can achieve.

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Tuesday
Jan032012

Unexplored Earth: Papua New Guinea 

The vast majority of our planet has long been discovered and well documented by science. But what of those remote locations which remain largely unexplored due to their isolated positioning or political volatility? This week we’ll be taking a look at these mysterious places. Today we take you to Papua New Guinea, where the inaccessible highland forests are slowly being uncovered by modern science.

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