Signs of climate change and global warming are all around us but somewhere down the line we choose to ignore them because we humans, still don't understand the impact we've had on the environment for all these years. Well, it's never to late to make a difference and that is exactly why Antarctic Sabbatical programme has been launched.
This programme offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit the Antarctica to understand the seriousness of climate change/global warming and what we can do to improve the situation.
Five volunteers will be chosen to travel to the ‘frozen frontier’ as part of the Sabbatical program which is designed to inspire people to take time out of their careers to give back to the people and places around them for a life changing experience.
The volunteers will go on this expedition with Scientist Kirstie Jones-Williams on a first-of-its-kind scientific research mission in December. You don't have to be highly qualified to go on this mission. You just need to be curious and passionate enough to learn as much as you can.
This will be a one-month long expedition where citizen scientists will