“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better” Albert Einstein

During the summer of 2015, a highly-motivated 5-person team visited the Arctic Circle (see short film below) to explore, survey, photograph, and sample caves of Northeast Greenland for the purpose of climate-change research. This much-needed record of past climate change will be the first of its type from caves in Greenland, and will contribute significantly to our understanding of long-term climate change in Greenland and the Arctic by covering a time period that is out-of-range of the Greenland ice cores. In 2018, we will extend to a new area on the coast of East Greenland with the Top to Top Global Climate Expedition, where we will be exploring potentially new cave sites.