To mark International Women’s Day, four prominent female adventurers reflect on how the growing prominence of women in adventure and exploration is helping change society for the better.
Writer and filmmaker Jo Moseley reflects on the pleasures found in small adventures and the benefits these escapes can offer women leading busy family and working lives.
Marking World Wetlands Day on 2 February, Paul Hyman and Melanie Joe reflect on an ongoing project to involve paddleboarders in the conservation of Myanmar’s mangroves, an important area of work that ultimately affects us all.
It is virtually impossible to spend any time within the adventure community and not hear about a plastic pollution journey. As awareness of the issue has grown, the number of individuals passionate about making a difference has increased exponentially.
“A celebration of powerful, purpose-driven films that matter”. That is the strapline for the first Adventure Uncovered Film Festival, the only adventure film festival entirely dedicated to screening films with a social awareness and/or environmental impact.
Founder of Sail Britain Oliver Beardon talks to Helen Taylor about his unique approach to marine conservation and why reconnecting people with the ocean is the best way of preserving it.
Last weekend we had the pleasure of teaming up with the Wild Swimming Brothers for the second time, along with a buzzing, enthusiastic group of intrepid swimmers. Read more below…