ROSIE STANCERExploration & Expeditions
Memorably described by one journalist as “a cross between Tinkerbell and the Terminator,” Rosie’s appearance belies the inner strength that has so successfully propelled her to previous polar success. A diminutive 5’3,” Rosie Stancer is not built in the image of Scott, Shackleton and Amundsen. Her achievements are testimony to the fact that dreams can be realised through skill, determination and courage.
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In August 2021, two intrepid British women took on the grit, salt pans, sand drifts and mud of one of the planet’s youngest deserts, born of what is recognised as one of our planet’s worst man-made environmental disasters. The Aral Kum.
Rosie was accompanied by her erstwhile polar and expedition teammate of long, Pom Oliver.
Rosie lead her small team through the desertscape of the Aral Kum, once a bountiful inland sea. The expedition serves as a clarion call to the devastating effect of water drainage to feed such industries as fashion.
Whilst observing the legacy of that fast fashion has bequeathed the planet, they learnt what measures have and are being undertaken to redeem the situation and their efficacy.
Find out what we’ve been up to with our “Explorer Express”
It was surprising that Glasgow didn't bask in its own micro-climate with the amount of hot air being let off from some quarters - but happily not all. Oxera Consulting, with generosity and panache, hosted an interview on the Aral Kum Crossing with Pom and me. Held at...
I'm absolutely delighted to be speaking as a Keynote Speaker at the first Blue Earth Summit in Bristol on 13th-14th October 2021. To find out more about everything that's happening during this important summit, please check out their website on www.blueearthsummit.com.
On every expedition, the challenges you fear coming up against the most, prove not to be the ones that nearly fell you. Every path to an ultimate goal is strewn with hurdles to clear. It’s the price to pay. But what can fell you is the totally unexpected and what you...