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‘To Know The Real Answer’
On-line Story

Unfortunately, the story is not available at present. We are working to resolve this through ‘Arctic Survey Education’. We apologies for any inconvenience caused, as we are aware of people wishing to use this resource.


Rebecca has written and illustrated a magical educational adventure story inspired by the challenge of the Catlin Arctic Survey. The story, ‘To Know the Real Answer’ is narrated by Pen Hadow, the Expedition Leader, and is an engaging tool to encourage children and adults to understand the importance of learning about the melting Arctic sea ice, global warming and climate change.

collage of story images

This story is part of a free educational resource for everyone worldwide - follow the link to the story then scroll down and click on the walrus. http://www.ee-web.co.uk/flash/toknowtherealanswer/


2011 – 2012 – 2013 and onwards

‘Who Will Save Us?’ has continued with its message reaching many via sales, events and the ‘Children’s and Young People’s Project’.

Also, we have gifted many ‘seconds quality’ copies of ‘Who Will Save Us?’ via wonderful charities and individuals, who have funded and organised the transport of the books to numerous children and young people in underdeveloped and underprivileged areas of the world. Thank you to these people.

We will continue with our work for 2013 and on…

January 2011

This month has seen another exciting development for us. We have gifted 200 'seconds quality' copies of 'Who Will Save Us?' to Earthchild www.earthchild.uk.com who work with Tibetan refugee schools in India.

We will continue to donate these 'seconds quality' copies to other schools in different parts of the world and will keep you updated.

Saturday 11th December 2010 - 11am to 4pm

Christmas Arts, Crafts and Food Fayre at Seale-Hayne - enquiries 01626 325800 - £3.00 on the door with all proceeds going to Dame Hannah Rogers Trust.

Rebecca will have her studio open, exhibiting a full range of her work, and she will be signing copies of her book, 'Who Will Save Us?'.

September 2010
This month has seen a very exciting development for us. We have gifted 400 'seconds quality' copies of 'Who Will Save Us?' to 2 schools in Kenya as reading material. Ambios www.ambios.co.uk made this possible by kindly paying for and organising the shipping and distribution. Other schools in different parts of the world will also hopefully receive books soon.

June 2010
The launch of the new website in-line with Rebecca returning to her roots as an artist.

3rd May 2010
Rebecca opens her new art studio to the public on the open day of 'Hannah's at Seale Hayne', where the "Who Will Save Us?" book and Rebecca's art works are on sale in the wonderful new gallery.

Friday 30th October - Sunday 1st November 2009
Doddiscombsleigh art show -
‘Who Will Save Us?’ and ‘To Know the Real Answer’ were on display along with a selection of original artwork by Rebecca.

Friday 9th October 2009
Geography South West Conference 2009 at Buckfast Abbey conference centre.

Monday 13th July 2009
Cornwall Learning Education for Sustainability Conference at the Eden Project.

Thursday 2nd July 2009
Attended the Catlin Arctic Survey final party at Leadenhall Street, London - a great chance to talk with all those involved in the survey and education programme.

Wednesday 24th June 2009
Eco-Schools Exhibition and Conference
Stoneleigh Conference and Exhibition Centre near Coventry - Stand number 14
Rebecca and John available to talk to about the book and project - book signing.

Friday 12th June 2009
Pen Hadow's recording of the narration for the story ‘To Know The Real Answer’. Pen also addressed students of Newton Abbot College regarding the survey. Pen and Rebecca were both interviewed by the media http://www.arcticsurveyeducation.com/realanswer.aspx

Wednesday 10th June 2009
Bearnes Primary School recording of songs for the story ‘To Know The Real Answer’, at Newton Abbot College.

Wednesday 1st April 2009
Video shoot for the theme song, ‘To Know The Real Answer’, performed by students of Newton Abbot College and local primary schools, and recorded at Newton Abbot College.
To view the video follow the link and scroll down the page. http://www.arcticsurveyeducation.com/realanswer.aspx

Thursday 26th March 2009
Interviewed by Newton Abbot College students for the BBC News School Report

Friday 27th March 2009
Cornwall Sustainable Schools Conference, Wadebridge Show Ground, Cornwall.

Wednesday 11th February 2009
'Developing the Sustainable Primary School' conference at the 'Institute of Education' in London - attended with stand - book signing.

Monday 9th February 2009
Catlin Arctic Survey leaving party at their HQ in London - Rebecca had the chance to ask Pen, Ann, Martin, and the rest of the team some last minute questions about the survey, for her new on-line series.

Thursday 13th November 2008
Education for Sustainable Development South West Conference 2008 at Buckfast Abbey conference centre.

Friday 10th October 2008
Geography South West Conference 2008 at Buckfast Abbey conference centre.

Monday 6th October 2008
Rebecca presented to 5 schools in Exeter, kindly driven by Exeter City Council in their electric car.

Saturday 5th July 2008
Good Energy ‘Delabole Wind Fair’ - Book signing - available to talk to regarding the book and project.

Monday 23rd June 2008
Eco-Schools Exhibition and Conference - Rebecca and John were available to talk to about the book and project - book signing.

Sunday 8th June 2008 - Birmingham Climate Change Festival - attended with stand.

Tuesday 17th June 2008
'Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Opportunities for Schools' Conference - Grand Hotel Torquay - Rebecca presented the book and project.

June 2008
Ecologist magazine - featuring interview with Rebecca. To view the article, click here.

Thursday 17th April 2008
Devon Federation of Women's Institutes Annual Council Meeting - Exeter University Rebecca available to talk to about the book and project - Book signing

Thursday 27th - Saturday 29th March 2008
Geographical Association - Annual Conference - University of Surrey, Guildford - Will be attending with a trade stand - available to talk to regarding the book and project.

Thursday 6th March 2008 - World Book Day
Rebecca visited two local primary schools, and one secondary school to talk about her book, the project, and climate change. She also signed books.

Wednesday 20th February 2008 - 10am to 4pm
Greener Lifestyles Exhibition - Glastonbury Town Hall - Rebecca will be doing two book readings, morning and afternoon - she will also be signing books, and will be available to talk to.

Monday 29th January 2008 - 11.30 am
Newton Abbot Library - Book reading to pupils of Wolborough School

Saturday 19th January 2008 - 10am to 4pm
Hope Rising, Climate Change Event - Exeter Cathedral - Books on sale - book signing.

Wednesday 19th December 2007 - 4pm to 8pm
Oxfam Books and Music, Newton Abbot - Book signing - competition with great prizes including, original penguin paintings, signed books, items from the 'Oxfam Ethical Range' - Make a wish for the world.

Thursday 13th December 2007 - 5.30pm to 8pm
The Storyteller Bookshop, Paris Street, Exeter - Book signing - Book reading at 6.30pm.

Sunday 9th December 2007 - 12.30pm to 4.00pm
Stokeinteignhead Christmas Fair, near Shaldon, Devon.
This event takes place in the beautiful village hall, with the official opening by Father Christmas at 12.30pm. Books will be on sale and Rebecca will be onsite to sign them and to chat.

Saturday 1st December 2007 - 2pm to 4pm
Ashprington Christmas Fair - Near Totnes - Books on sale

Thursday 15th November 2007 - Education for Sustainable Development South West Conference 2007, at Buckfast Abbey conference centre.

Friday 26th - Sunday 28th October 2007 - Doddiscombsleigh art show.

Thursday 27th September 2007 - 6pm to 8pm - ‘Lush’ in Exeter -
‘Climate Change Awareness Charity Night’.

Saturday 18th August 2007 - ‘Who Will Save Us?’ was presented to the public at the
Good Energy - 100% renewable energy supplier - ‘Delabole Wind Fair’, in
Cornwall. Rebecca was there signing books and introducing the book with John.
There was also a small exhibition of original penguin paintings.
‘Who Will Save Us?’ generated a lot of interest from the public, schools and other
children’s groups, including great interest in the ‘Special Package for Schools and
other Children’s Groups
’). The overall event was a great success, with many
people visiting to see the wide variety of environmentally active organisations/
companies, from food and drink, to Scandinavian hot tubs, to renewable energy
production. There was also plenty of entertainment for all the family including
music, story telling and tours of the giant wind turbines.

Friday 17th August 2007- ‘Who Will Save Us?’ was published!

About Our Work

´Who Will Save Us?´ is being/has been promoted/sold via many charities, e.g. Oxfam Catalogue for Schools, Oxfam education via events, newsletters, on-line, Friends of the Earth on-line, WWF-UK, Sustrans, Eden Project, Centre for Alternative Technology, the Science Museum and the National Marine Aquarium. Also, book sales are growing via our website, independent retail outlets, catalogues and national wholesalers. In addition, 'Who Will Save Us?' has been used as a competition prize by, e.g. the Forest Stewardship Council, The Wildlife Trusts, I Count, Girlguiding UK and Devon Libraries.

Nationally, we have attended numerous events, meetings and conferences, e.g. Eco-Schools and the Geographical Association, all creating great links. Interest from overseas is now developing.

Over 50 primary and secondary schools in various parts of the country have taken part in ‘The Who Will Save Us? Children's and Young People's Project’, with truly inspirational work! The book/ project are being promoted via school visits, talks, web sites, newsletters, mailings etc of many organizations, e.g. London Environmental Education Forum (LEEF), Brigit Strawbridge - The Big Green Idea, South West Learning for Sustainability Coalition, Sustainability and Environmental Education (SEEd), The Diocese of Exeter, and CREATE.

Devon County Council, Cornwall County Council, Plymouth City Council & Torbay Council have used our special gifting price to provide a book to each of their primary and secondary schools, and introduced the project to them. Similarly, Dun Laoghaire Council in Ireland have given a book to each of their primary schools with details of the project, whilst Somerset County Council have gifted a book to a number of their schools, and introduced the project to them as well. Nationally, other councils are creating awareness of the book and project. (Councils - please contact us for details of our special gifting price)

Please note that where individuals appear in photographs, permission has been given.

Written, illustrated, published and marketed independently by Rebecca Mørch and family