Pen founded Geo Mission Ltd after leading the successful Catlin Arctic Survey 2009.
Geo Mission is a pioneering environmental sponsorship organisation. It creates and manages partnerships between businesses and natural science research programmes addressing the major environmental questions of our time. It also designs and delivers the resources and facilities in the field for the scientists.
The emerging environmental sponsorship sector offers proven and powerful marketing and communications opportunities for businesses and brands, notably in support of the sustainability agenda.
As the impacts of our activities on Earth become more evident, it has never been more important for the global community to understand how nature’s interconnected systems and processes, and the life they support, works. This improved understanding will enable us to manage our relationship with the planet’s resources more sustainably.
Scientific exploration of the natural world generates dramatic, multi-faceted, and valuable content, which can be directed to shift the perceptions and responses of a sponsor’s stakeholders, in alignment with strategic objectives.
Pen launches fundraising event in aid of revolutionary Flight of the Swans expedition
Pen travelled to Central London on Wednesday 27 January to launch a fundraising event in support of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust’s Flight of the Swans expedition.
The Royal Geographical Society in Kensington Gore played host to dozens of partners and affiliates celebrating the launch of the WWT’s record-breaking proposal to fly the migratory route of the Bewick’s swan by paramotor.
Are the Forecasts for Sea-Ice Loss And Hydrocarbon Demand Actually Good News for Arctic Ocean Protectors?
Without wishing to offer anything as tangible as hope at this stage, I do want to suggest the possibility that natural events and human economics may be conspiring to make an international agreement to protect the central Arctic Ocean from the extractors and exploiters, more doable than most are currently daring, or fearing, to acknowledge.