Greetings Airrows!

Hello! Everyone holding up all right as we launch into another crazy year? I managed to corner some quiet time over the holiday break and am feeling like the slower pace did me some good. I’m delighted to share in this first issue of 2022 how you can join a one-of-a-kind experience in Antarctica, a new podcast episode, and a quick look backward and ahead with respect to carbon removal news.

Insider Travel Tips: Antarctica
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Feeling like you need some fresh perspective and inspiration in 2022? This might seem far-fetched (I know that’s how I felt when I first heard about this experience), but I hope you’ll take a minute to consider the opportunity to travel to Antarctica with Tomorrow’s Air Champion Jeff Bonaldi’s company, The Explorer’s Passage. Jeff has run this trip for years with world renowned explorer Robert Swan. As I’ve shared before, my participation in the 2018 expedition had a profound impact on my life - what I learned and the people I met gave Tomorrow’s Air its start. Learn more about this incredible expedition and how you can still join.

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Podcast Feature: Nim De Swardt

In my latest episode I’m chatting with Nim De Swardt, a social entrepreneur, audio storyteller, founder, board director, strategic advisor, “lifestorian”, champion of co-generational connections and Tomorrow’s Air co-founder. In this conversation Nim shares what it was like growing up in a treehouse with no windows or doors in Port Douglas, Australia, about the emotional repercussions of her departure from a prestigious role with a multi-national company, and what she’s still learning from this transition. I think it's an especially fun conversation to open a new year, as Nim is very forthcoming about searching for her ‘why’ - her purpose - in life, and how it unfolded like a ‘perfect origami’ during a retreat experience in Mexico. 

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Carbon Removal in the News

Even though I’m not one to set New Year’s Resolutions, I do like taking the opportunity of a new year to take stock of what’s past and consider how we might progress in the coming months. Looking back on carbon removal in the last year it strikes me that it certainly came into the mainstream - finding its way into major policy initiatives and attracting serious funding - and that one of the most significant developments was the agreement reached at COP26 in Glasgow with respect to Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. The rules agreed there help bring confidence to investors and participants in voluntary carbon markets. I liked the Environmental Defense Fund’s analysis

A Visual Tour of Ice Caps 

 ©Björgvin Hilmarsson of Icelandic Mountain Guides

In case you’re not following along on Instagram, I’m in love with our latest #traveltuesday series, a tour of the world’s ice caps. We began January 11 on Vatnajökull, Iceland, with images shared by Björgvin Hilmarsson of Icelandic Mountain Guides and Robin Pollak from Journey’s International. I hope you’ll join us there for a cool combination of science and travel inspiration in the coming weeks. Consider this foreshadowing friends, and stay tuned for a fun opportunity coming up next month!

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Until Next Time

I hope you’ll continue to follow and share via Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.  I’m always interested to hear what’s on your mind, too so feel free to reach out: christina@tomorrowsair.com.
 

Onward!
 

Christina Beckmann
Tomorrow’s Air Co-Founder

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