Sebastian Copeland

photographer and environmental activist

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Admiral Robert Peary made the first recorded walk to the North Pole just 100 years ago.  In a week, photographer and environmental activist Sebastian Copeland sets off on a two-man…

Sebastian Copeland Treks to North Pole

Admiral Robert Peary made the first recorded walk to the North Pole just 100 years ago.  In a week, photographer and environmental activist Sebastian Copeland sets off on a two-man…

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