David Hempelman-Adams

“I first went to the Arctic in 1982. Since that time there is a third less pack ice, which is a scary situation. I am happy to support any initiative that can help us slow down climate change.”

David Hempleman-Adams is the first man to have reached both the geographic and magnetic North and South poles, as well as climb the highest peaks in all seven continents. He has made seven arctic expeditions and in 2003 became the first person to cross the Atlantic Ocean in an open wicker basket hot-air balloon.

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