Endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh joins the Tech & Science Daily podcast to tell us about his next attempt to make the coldest swim on Earth this month, to highlight the speed of climate change.
He will swim alongside a 10-kilometer glacier at a giant ice fjord north of the Arctic Circle in Greenland at the end of August. It should take him 10 to 12 days to complete.
Lewis is calling for immediate action to protect the worldâ€™s oceans from further damage and will be attending the COP26 summit in Glasgow.
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Climate Change: Lewis Pugh on â€˜Most Challengingâ€™ Arctic Swim Yet, Ice Continues to Melt