Adventurous Environmental Stewardship


Julie Angus had no rowing experience when she decided to pick up the oars and journey across the Atlantic Ocean from mainland to mainland. After one year of training, she and her husband Colin Angus set out to experience remote and extraordinary environments in a five-month journey that would see them in a near-miss collision course with a freighter, amongst schools of flying fish and in the middle of one of the worst hurricane seasons on record. She joined us at ideacity in 2011 to share the thrills and spills of that journey. Her message then rings true today: She says optimism is so important when it comes to environmental stewardship, but we have to be vigilant about protecting our land and oceans so we can continue to explore the wonders of the world.

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