Kili climb presentation for schools

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Planned for July 2014, PATT is organising a climb for approximately 15 people to the Uhuru summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in order to showcase the effects of climate change on our natural wonders.

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Kili climb presentation for schools

  1. 1. Climb for change
  2. 2. • UK Registered Charity and Thai Foundation • Established in 2005 What do we do? • Take action against global climate change • Plant trees in areas that have been destroyed • Help local communities • Environmental Education What is PATT?
  3. 3. • ‘Roof of Africa’ crowned with ice • Since 1912, 82% of ice cap has been lost • All ice on the mountain may disappear by 2020 • Example of how global climate change influences the planet • Raising money for our Environmental Education Portal Why Kilimanjaro?
  4. 4. Who will join us? At this point we have 6 amazing people climbing: • Sh. Khalid Al Qasimi • Dr. Andrew Steel (PATT Founder) • Dr. Ian Redmond • Dr. Ian Singleton • Naaz Noor • Abbie Barnes
  5. 5. Itinerary • 28th July – 5th August • Following Rongai Route • ARRIVAL: 28th July • Day 1: (Rongai Camp) - 29th • Day 2: Rongai Second Cave - 30th • Day 3: Rongai Kikelelwa Cave - 31st • Day 4: Rongai Mawenzi Turn - 1st Aug • Day 5: Mawenzi Turn to Kibo - 2nd Aug • Day 6: Kibo Hut to Summit to Horrombo Hut - 3rd Aug • Day 7: Horrombo - 4th Aug • DEPARTURE: 5th August
  6. 6. Let’s act before all ice disappears!

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