The end is the beginning. We disembark from the ship and rush to Ushuaia airport. 30+ hours of travel ahead of me; memories that will last a lifetime behind me.
The mantra of Robert Swan have become more than words or a slogan. They now have a sense of urgency and purpose. They reflect what I learned and what I must do.
“The greatest threat to our planet, our survival on the planet, is the belief that it is somebody else’s problem. It is ours.”
I am filled with excitement knowing that I and the 1,200 alumni of 2041 will be leaders in the world when the Antarctic-Environmental Protocol is up for renewal.