The ARCTIC EXPLORATION FUND is a public non-profit organization created to implement a consistent, high quality photograph presence in the Arctic, dedicated to capturing new behaviors on film as the Arctic's top marine predators adapt to a new and warming environment in the current era of climate change. Sometimes accompanying cutting-edge Arctic scientists, and sometimes acting independently, Arctic Exploration Fund will take calculated risks to photographically pursue the most fascinating mysteries left in the North in one of the most hostile regions on earth.
In doing so, AEF will produce documents that will be accessible to the public (via television, internet, lectures, and big screen presentations), lend insight to compelling scientific questions, and create a photographic time capsule that compiles the amazing adaptations and drama of animals reacting to an era of climate change for generations to view.
Interested in Fine Inuit Art? The Look North Gallery donates a percentage of profits from the sale of their Inuit made polar bear sculptures to the Arctic Exploration Fund. Visit the Look North Inuit Art gallery web site or donate directly via PayPal and hit the button below.
We appreciate your commitment to helping our ongoing work documenting polar bears as they respond to climate change in the north.
In 2005, supported by Rolex USA, Adam Ravetch, Sarah Robertson and Dan Cohen launched Arctic Exploration Fund. The AEF is a 501(c) (3) non-profit, tax deductible organization.