I’m very grateful to the partner organisations, ship’s crews and pilots that have assisted with this work.
Several organisations were key in making the Arctic work, particularly Greenpeace International, Cape Farewell and The Norwegian Polar Institute who know their territory better than anyone. A full list of credits can be seen via the link below.
Some books, films and exhibitions have been a constant source of inspiration while planning and making the stories. I owe a lot to the authors and film-makers who have gone to cold places. I’ve shared links to the work of people who have influenced me most and guided my curiosity.
Jason Box at Byrd Polar Research Center
Gordon Hamilton at The University of Maine
Alun Hubbard at The Centre for Glaciology, Aberystwyth University
Richard Bates at The University of St Andrews
Fiamma Straneo at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
2005: Hughie Balfour Paul
2009: Martin Duggan
2011: Bjørnar Lund
2011: Roelof Lettinga
2015: Anders Bjørgum and Ola Rugland
- In memory of our much missed helicopter mechanic, Dante RIP -
School Out of Dust photo essay
Treading Lightly story
Dedicated to the memory of Brian Monger.
With thanks to the residents of the communities of Kingshill, Tinkers Bubble and Holtsfield.
Information & Inspiration
The Arctic and Climate change
Field Notes from a Catastrophe by Elizabeth Kolbert (book)
NERC Climate change challenge
Open University BBC Frozen Planet course module
New Scientist guide to climate change
The Carbon Brief (website)
Photographers Orsolya & Erlend Haarberg