2014
Three of the World’s
Leading EcoScientists and three
of the World’s
Beauty Queens are
about to make
a difference to
the wo...
*Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest free-standing mountain in the
Karen Briggs
(Numerous World and European Championship medals, Judo)

Pascal Gentil
(Taekwondo World Champion and Olympic ...
Since 1912, Kilimanjaro has
lost 82% of its ice cap
Has lost 55% of its remaining
glacier fields since 1962
Scientists pre...
To raise funds to support
our environmental education portal
we are developing with
the University of Hull
http://www.patt...
Help us tell our story to the
world. We are prepared to offer
exclusive access to the full
story for your network for the
...
People will have a great
recognition that your
organization cares about this
deteriorating world. The world
will forever r...
Dr. Ian Redmond

Dr. Ian Singleton

Dr. Andrew Steel

is a tropical field biologist and
conservationist, renowned for his ...
one-fourth of the
Earth's species
to
be headed for
extinction by
2050

Ice caps melting
More the 1,000 ft²
per second

Mel...
A UK registered charity and a Thailand
Foundation operating throughout the
Southeast Asia region. PATT initiates,
develops...
Kilimanjaro Climb for Change 2014 by PATT
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Climb for Change project to raise awareness of the effects of the climate change due to global warming situation. Kilimanjaro mountain is the target destination of this adventurous trip where a considerable amount of famous and important people, like Dr. Andrew Steel, Dr. Ian Singleton, Dr. Ian Redmond, Natalie Glebova and so on will be joining with their hearts to climb this tallest free standing mountain in the world. With high anticipation that more people in this world will start to acknowledge and act on the climate change situation not only for themselves, but for their beloved children and family in the next generation.

Please help us tell our story to the world. Broadcaster will receive exclusive access to the team activities to create this worth-telling story both at pre-climb training sessions and during the exciting climb. Please contact us and address your kind interest for Kilimanjaro project at this number +66 (0) 2-259 6455 Thank you for being part of the world's most crucial mission, 'saving the world'.

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    1. 1. 2014
    2. 2. Three of the World’s Leading EcoScientists and three of the World’s Beauty Queens are about to make a difference to the world today.
    3. 3. *Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest free-standing mountain in the
    4. 4. Karen Briggs (Numerous World and European Championship medals, Judo) Pascal Gentil (Taekwondo World Champion and Olympic Medalist) Steve MacNamara (England RL Coach) Lee Radford (Hull FC) Mathias Gelber (Worlds Greenest Man 2008) *Karen Briggs, Steve MacNamara and Lee Radford are from Hull.
    5. 5. Since 1912, Kilimanjaro has lost 82% of its ice cap Has lost 55% of its remaining glacier fields since 1962 Scientists predict all ice on the mountain may disappear by 2020 Imagine what will happen to our children
    6. 6. To raise funds to support our environmental education portal we are developing with the University of Hull http://www.pattfoundation.org/environmental-education-portal-patt/
    7. 7. Help us tell our story to the world. We are prepared to offer exclusive access to the full story for your network for the production of short and long form content across multiple distribution channels.
    8. 8. People will have a great recognition that your organization cares about this deteriorating world. The world will forever recall your name and your genuine concern to the global warming as you are about to imprint your green footsteps on the ground through this meaningful project. Receive a full access to the team activities to create this worth-telling story both at preclimb training sessions and during the exciting climb.
    9. 9. Dr. Ian Redmond Dr. Ian Singleton Dr. Andrew Steel is a tropical field biologist and conservationist, renowned for his work with great apes and elephants. For more than 30 years he has been associated with Mountain Gorillas, through research, filming, tourism and conservation work. is the Director of Conservation at PanEco Foundation and Scientific Director for the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme. is the founder and chief exec of the PATT Foundation. is originally from Hull in the north of England but has lived and worked overseas for many years, initially in Sri Lanka and now Thailand. An ex Military man who has a background in international management and forestry. He started PATT to address the problem of deforestation, particularly within Asia. He was the late Dr. Dian Fossey’s research assistant in Rwanda. This led him into documentary film-making with a helping hand in BBC’s “Life on Earth” and “Gorillas in the Mist”. Ian is nowadays kept busy working to confiscate illegal pet orangutans and return them to a life in the wild, in field research and monitoring of the remaining wild Sumatran orangutan population, and in efforts to protect their habitat. *All three doctors are from Hull.
    10. 10. one-fourth of the Earth's species to be headed for extinction by 2050 Ice caps melting More the 1,000 ft² per second Melting glaciers 40% decrease in Mean water loss ice cover for 100s of millions of people Climate change will cause storms, hurricanes and tropical storms to become more
    11. 11. A UK registered charity and a Thailand Foundation operating throughout the Southeast Asia region. PATT initiates, develops and manages large-scale reforestation projects countering deforestation and climate change. In conjunction with its reforestation projects, PATT conducts environmental education programmes for school children across the UK and Thailand. Email: andrew.steel@pattfoundation.org Tel.: +66 (0) 2 259 6455 Thailand registered United Kingdom Charity No. 1117158 registered Thai Foundation No. 1733 54 B.B Building, 20th floor Office #2012-14, Sukhumvit 21 Road, Klongtoeynua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 United Kingdom Corner House, Catbrook, Chepstow, NP16 6NQ

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