To help the general public better understand and engage current issues in the Arctic, a one-hour presentation has been developed by TOF Advisor Richard Steiner for the general public, using over 300 spectacular professional photographs from across the Arctic, mostly from the National Geographic and Greenpeace International image collections. 

Richard Steiner is a marine conservation biologist who works internationally on marine environmental issues including Arctic conservation, offshore oil, climate change, shipping, oil spills, seabed mining, and marine biodiversity. He was a marine conservation professor with the University of Alaska for 30 years, first stationed in the Arctic. Today, he lives in Anchorage, Alaska, and continues to work on marine conservation issues across the Arctic, through his Oasis Earth  project.

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Photos courtesy of National Geographic and Greenpeace