KEEP OUR CAMERAS RUNNING.
SO WE CAN TELL THE REAL CLIMATE STORY TO THE WORLD.
The impact of humans on Earth is rapidly changing our climate. Ice and glaciers tell the real story….with our help. Our fieldwork and global outreach programs require an annual budget of nearly $400,000.
Please support the Extreme Ice Survey at this momentous time in history, so we can keep the cameras running.
All donations are tax deductible.
With best regards and with much gratitude,
James Balog, Founder and Director Extreme Ice Survey
Extreme Ice Survey is a program of the Earth Vision Institute.
Your support is central to keeping us in the field, producing innovative and engaging visual evidence of humanity’s impact on the natural environment.
Your donation will directly fund:
- Expeditions New camera locations for the Extreme Ice Survey, memory card retrieval of the global time-lapse camera network, future creative work of James Balog’s team demonstrating the effects of climate change.
- Education Getting The Picture: Our Changing Climate, our FREE online multimedia learning tool.
- 2015 Art+Science Video Series We integrate art+science to reveal environmental changes, then share these stories via a global network of educational, media, nonprofit, and other partnerships.
- Outreach Public art galleries, installations at U.S. airports, multimedia presentations by James Balog, strategic partnerships, and more.
To Donate via Check
Make checks payable to: The WILD Foundation with EXTREME ICE SURVEY in the memo line.
Mail To: Earth Vision Institute | 2334 Broadway Street, Suite D | Boulder, CO 80304
Earth Vision Institute is a proud Collaborative Conservation Partner of The WILD Foundation, a 501(c)(3) US non-profit organization working internationally to protect & connect wilderness, wildlife & people. The WILD Foundation is our fiscal sponsor; they receive and forward every dollar donated from you, to us.
Join our family of Explorers, Alpinists, Navigators, Ambassador Council or become an Adventure Patron or Summit Benefactor! Depending on your funding tier, you’ll choose among a Chasing Ice DVD, James Balog’s photography book Ice: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers, an invitation to our hosted calls on Expeditions, Education & Outreach, and more.