A crack in the ice presents an obstacle to Greenpeace explorers, Lonnie Dupre and Eric Larsen. The duo make history as they become the first-ever to complete a trek to the North Pole in summer. They undertake the expedition to bring attention to the plight of the polar bear which scientists claim could be extinct as early as 2050 due to the effects of global warming.

Image | January 24, 2011

A crack in the ice presents an obstacle to Greenpeace explorers, Lonnie Dupre and Eric Larsen. The duo make history as they become the first-ever to complete a trek to the North Pole in summer. They undertake the expedition to bring attention to the plight of the polar bear which scientists claim could be extinct as early as 2050 due to the effects of global warming.

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