‘Lost World Team’ returns safely
In April 2011 Ibex Earth led an expedition to Mount Roraima – the South American plateau that inspired Arthur Conan Doyle to write his famous adventure novel ‘The Lost World’ – to raise funds for the conservation of this remarkable area.
However, two weeks before we due to depart our medic was unable to travel with the group – by contacting Expedition and Wilderness Medicine they were able to get us out of a tricky situation by taking a really proactive approach with their membership and finding us a whole group of medics with expedition experience. Quite simply without EWM we would not have been able to travel to Mount Roraima in the knowledge our whole group was in the safe hands of a qualified doctor with expedition experience.
Join the team at the Royal Geographical Society in London on Tuesday 13th September 2011 for the Premiere of ‘The Lost World Film’ – a documentary that aims to promote global conservation, sustainable tourism and safeguard the long-term future of Mount Roraima – the South American plateau that inspired most recently the Disney Pixar’s 2009 animated blockbuster ‘UP’.
Ibex Earth is a not for profit organisation that was established in 2008 to support the work of environmental charities and promote the conservation of our planet’s natural resources.