November 20th, 2013
TERI and TetraPak are hosting a contest to select an outstanding student from Delhi NCR and Pune as the TETRA PAK YOUTH AMBASSADOR for the year 2014-2015. The lucky student would win a once in a lifetime opportunity to accompany Robert Swan on the International Antarctic Expedition 2014 and be a representative of TERI and Tetra Pak at this prestigious forum. The contest is being organized under LEADearthSHIP – a youth initiative started by TERI and Tetra Pak in August 2013. LEADearthSHIP focuses on business and sustainability and aims to be the spring board for future youth leaders in India.
Who can apply?
The contest is open to students enrolled in undergraduate and post graduate programs at recognized universities and institutions in Delhi & NCR and Pune ONLY. Outstanding entries from students taking a break from studies or in their gap year will also be considered.
Last date to apply: 30 November 2013
Please visit www.2041.com for more information on the International Antarctic Expedition 2014 and ANTARCTICA CALLING website for more details on criteria.
November 6th, 2013
Thank you to all who were able to attend the 2041 Reunion held in London this past week. It was so wonderful to hear so many achievements amongst the group. One thing that is often realized but easily forgotten is that we are not just an unique group of people who have had the opportunity to see Antarctica in person, we are a special family who not only talk about doing something in this world, but actually delivery positive change.
November 1st, 2013
We are so proud to see TEAM AQUA take the lead for the 3rd year in a row. Owner, Chris Bake has been a loyal supporter of 2041 since the beginning. Watch the team as they take on this season of RC44 racing and show some support!
See the team here and follow updates:TEAM AQUA RC44
October 20th, 2013
Robert Swan recently met up with two alumni members at the BP NEXT event in London. Andrea Abraham, Global Director of BP Target Neutral joined 2041 in Antarctica on IAE 5 in 2007 (pictured) and Joe Little came on the BP Expedition in 2009.
October 7th, 2013
The time has come after years of planning and intense training for British adventurers Ben Saunders and Tarka L’Herpiniere. Departing England, they are now in the icy cold of the Antarctic to sort final checks to complete Scott’s 1,800-mile return journey to the South Pole on foot. All of us at 2041 are eagerly waiting their departure and most importantly, their safe return.
- Ben, Robert and Tarka
Be sure to follow their journey and their great use of technology while on this mission on their website The Scott Expedition.