Last Tuesday, I gave a presentation about Climate Run: Iceland at Sterling College. In many ways it seems like a long time since I finished my trans-Icelandic run in June 2015 -- but sharing the story of my passion for running, training, and sharing ideas about embracing vulnerability as a way to build climate resilience … Continue reading Telling stories
I am super excited to have been chosen by the great folks at SHIFT (Shaping How we Invest For Tomorrow) as an official selection for the 2016 SHIFT award in the adventure athlete category for my work with Climate Run.
Den längsta resan är resan inåt. -Dag Hammarskjöld I talked about Climate Run: Iceland this morning with about thirty middle school students at the Albany Community School here in Vermont. Among the questions they asked during and after my slideshow was "what was your favorite part?" I … Continue reading What’s Next…?
I'm super stoked to kick off the Climate Run: Iceland tour with a show at the Outdoor Gear Exchange in Burlington, Vermont on Thursday, Sept. 24th at 8:00 pm. If you are interested in hosting a presentation where you are, please get in touch! More info about Climate Run presentations.
I'm excited to share that through Climate Run's collaboration with Atayne, we're able to offer Climate Run logo short and long-sleeve tech t-shirts! The shirts are available in mens and womens in both Hybrid and High Performance REC styles -- all made of 100% recycled polyester -- as well as Hybrid long sleeve. Fully $10 … Continue reading Climate Run Tech T-Shirts!
Raising Climate Awareness, One Stride at a Time A Vermont professor's plan to promote environmental engagement by running 171 miles across Iceland See the original article at Trailrunnermag.com
The Kjölur Run project has made international news in the Nov. 24th issue of Iceland's largest newspaper, Fréttablaðið! Translated, with more than a little help from Google: Kjölur Run Environmental Advocate Wants to Draw Attention to Global Warming and Raise Scholarships. "I've been teaching and learning about the environment for 20 years. I wanted … Continue reading Kjölur Run Goes International!