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  • Arctic Foxes - Educational Resources
    links related to the topical issue of Greenland and Climate Change and will be posted soon They will be pertinent to the following areas of the curriculum Fragile Environments Climate Change Ecosystems Glaciation There will also be more general activities based around the Arctic Foxes Greenland Quest 2006 allowing students to use ICT to explore in greater detail what it is like to be an Arctic Adventurer In the meantime please have a look at the links below Recently the BBC website featured several articles on climate change following the release of a government report into climate change commissioned in 2005 with some striking images of the extent of the effect already on the melting Greenland Icecap The report concludes that the technological options to reduce emissions do exist and that the biggest obstacle to the take up of technologies such as renewable sources of energy lie in vested interests cultural barriers to change and simple lack of awareness It is that lack of awareness that we would like to help combat For an inspirational and passionate view of life in Greenland and a unique insight into Inuit culture we can wholeheartedly recommend reading This Cold Heaven by Gretel Ehrlich

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticfoxes.co.uk/Educational.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Arctic Foxes - The Shop
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    Original URL path: http://www.arcticfoxes.co.uk/shop.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    co uk Link to the high res files http www tomvincent co uk arctic foxes hires 25 05 2006 PDF version not yet available Publicity pictures Portraits of the Foxes Press release 10th May 2006 Publicity pictures The Foxes in Greenland Publicity pictures The Foxes walking in Greenland Publicity pictures The Foxes team shot in Greenland Publicity pictures Jo and Jen in Greenland Video footage Publicity pictures Foxes training with

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticfoxes.co.uk/live/press.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    it was great to know that people in the UK were interested in and inspired by our expedition Our main media contact was with The Sun Online who called us for weekly updates which they turned into a podcast that anyone could access from their website These interviews were generally conducted in the entrance porch of our Hilleberg tent a million miles away from The Sun s warm studios At one stage we were top of the hit list on The Sun s website ahead of Tom Cruise We realised the reason when we looked at the website upon our return to the UK Click here to see hot foxy babes pics a click revealed us in our Arctic gear The day after we arrived back in London we spent the day being filmed and interviewed for a variety of media companies including The Sun ITV s Meridian and Westcountry TV stations Radio Devon and Radio Kent We were all severely lacking in sleep however the thrill of being back kept us going as did the knowledge that from now on we would be sleeping in a bed without all our damp clothes shoved down our tops to dry them against our body heat The media coverage we received was excellent and it culminated with an appearance by Felicity and Rachel on Radio 4 s Excess Baggage hosted by Sandi Toksvig two weeks after we returned The Met Office The Met Office were one of our sponsors and their contribution to our Greenland Quest was a dedicated team of forecasters who we would call every day for the weather forecast for Greenland This was no mean feat as the ice sheet is immense and contains no weather beacons from which the forecasters could garner information The sponsorship was a two way partnership as the Met Office asked for feedback about the accuracy of their forecasts and a daily actual forecast so that they could gather data that would help them to build up a picture of the weather tendencies on this polar desert We were working on Zulu time the equivalent of British Standard Time the same as the Met Office and we would call them between 1 30am and 2 00am each day for the forecasts The calls took place at the end of our day and one of us would use a compass to work out the wind direction note the wind speed in knots which Felicity who is a trained meteorologist taught us to work out from the speed at which our union jack flag was flapping cloud cover and visibility prior to making the call The calls always followed the same pattern we would ask the forecaster for the one two and three day forecasts first to include wind speed and direction temperature visibility and general weather and we would then let them know the actual forecast for the day and how it compared with their predicted forecast We asked the Met Office to provide us

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticfoxes.co.uk/live/thelog.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • Arctic Foxes - ContactUs
    07968 111963 Kate Abel Foxes Press and PR Manager Email kate arcticfoxes co uk Tel 07785 520766 If you or your company feel inspired by the Foxes then please contact them by Phoning Rachel on 44 0 7966 772 092

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    10 to Cancer UK for each one sold We had a gentle breeze for most of the day which was just enough to give a feel for the sport although Jo and Felicity from the Foxes had to do a lot of running around the beach launching reluctant kites On Sunday the wind and rain stopped literally minutes before our first session but the afternoon proved to be the best of the weekend with plenty of wind and lots of sunshine Everyone tackled the kites enthusiasticaly feeling confident enough by the end of the day to actively seek out some airtime Getting plenty of airtime out on the water were the Turbulence Angels a professional girls kite surfing team who had come all the way from North Wales to support the event It was fantastic to watch them do their stuff Andrew Fischer from Transition Kites a Whitstable based kite school gave the instruction for each session and we d like to say a special thank you to him for giving up his weekend to introduce more people to his sport and raising 300 for Breakthrough Breast Cancer in the process Thank you Andy 14 12 2006 Kiting Success Womens Power Kiting Taster Sessions Cotswold Store Talk Exeter Saturday 2nd December Cotswold Store Talk Harrogate Wednesday 29th November CANCELLED Cardiff Saturday 25th November Cotswold Store Talk Bournemouth Friday 24th November Cotswold Store Talk St Albans Tuesday 21st November Cotswold Store Talk Orpington Wednesday 15th November Foxy Prize Draw Winner INVITATION Post Expedition Talk and Party Excess Baggage BBC Radio 4 Final podcast goes live Foxes hit the airwaves Pictures of the Foxes homecoming Expedition finished Penultimate podcast goes live Rachel on BBC special Fly over the Foxes with Google Earth BBC Devon coverage 4th Sun podcast goes live BBC ITV

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticfoxes.co.uk/live/News39.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    then on hand with more encouragement and advice Everyone is welcome to stay for the whole day The sessions are minimum donation of 10 if you pay when you book in advance 20 if you pay on the day all proceeds are going to Breakthrough Breast Cancer To book please contact Felicity Aston on 07809 626 107 or email the Arctic Foxes at info arcticfoxes co uk You can also catch us in person at the Cotswolds store talks which are currently taking place around the UK For full details please visit www arcticfoxes co uk 03 12 2006 Kiting Success Womens Power Kiting Taster Sessions Cotswold Store Talk Exeter Saturday 2nd December Cotswold Store Talk Harrogate Wednesday 29th November CANCELLED Cardiff Saturday 25th November Cotswold Store Talk Bournemouth Friday 24th November Cotswold Store Talk St Albans Tuesday 21st November Cotswold Store Talk Orpington Wednesday 15th November Foxy Prize Draw Winner INVITATION Post Expedition Talk and Party Excess Baggage BBC Radio 4 Final podcast goes live Foxes hit the airwaves Pictures of the Foxes homecoming Expedition finished Penultimate podcast goes live Rachel on BBC special Fly over the Foxes with Google Earth BBC Devon coverage 4th Sun podcast goes live

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticfoxes.co.uk/live/News36.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    Their journey saw the Arctic Foxes brave temperatures as low as 20 degrees overcome sleep deprivation exhaustion equipment breakage as well as the dangers of crevasses and thin ice Their success is an inspiration to all of us to take on new challenges and find our own limits and their talk is full of fascinating insights into a domain that very few of us will experience in our lifetimes The team is made up of Felicy Aston 28 a travel and adventure writer from Kent Jo Vellino 25 a teacher from Kent Jenny Pugh 28 software designer from Birmingham and Rachel Pearson 33 a charity fundraiser from Devon 02 12 2006 Kiting Success Womens Power Kiting Taster Sessions Cotswold Store Talk Exeter Saturday 2nd December Cotswold Store Talk Harrogate Wednesday 29th November CANCELLED Cardiff Saturday 25th November Cotswold Store Talk Bournemouth Friday 24th November Cotswold Store Talk St Albans Tuesday 21st November Cotswold Store Talk Orpington Wednesday 15th November Foxy Prize Draw Winner INVITATION Post Expedition Talk and Party Excess Baggage BBC Radio 4 Final podcast goes live Foxes hit the airwaves Pictures of the Foxes homecoming Expedition finished Penultimate podcast goes live Rachel on BBC special Fly over the

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticfoxes.co.uk/live/News38.asp (2016-02-10)
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