Explore the Most Northern Community in North America

Explore the Most Northern Community in North America

Grise Fiord is known as Aujuittuq in Inuktitut, which means “place that never thaws”. Despite the chilly temperatures, it’s known for being warmly hospitable and welcoming. Terry Noah, an SOI Antarctic Alum who lives there, is no exception as he is the perfect person...
7 Incredible Youth-Led Organizations

7 Incredible Youth-Led Organizations

Young people today aren’t waiting around for someone else to take action. Here are seven youth-led organizations empowering young people for the betterment of their communities and the climate. Many have been founded by or have SOI alumni on their teams.  Check out...
Climate Atlas

Climate Atlas

Explore this interactive tool for Canadians that combines climate science, mapping and storytelling to bring the global issue of climate change closer to home. This map is designed to inspire local, regional, and national action and solutions. Explore the map here and...
Connecting to nature around the world

Connecting to nature around the world

We asked SOI alumni around the world to take us on an adventure with them and show us how they connect to nature. It is important that we find time in our daily lives to connect to nature. Not only is it beneficial to our mental health and wellbeing but those who feel...
Who? By Sophie Weider

Who? By Sophie Weider

Inspired by the 2019 Students on Ice Arctic expedition, Who? follows the journey of a Snowy owl, Ukpik, in search of a new home, after his own is left uninhabitable by the impacts of climate change. This inspiring and informative Arctic tale is a wonderful story for...