Tim Levy, chief executive of Future Capital Partners, is involved in a expedition through the Northwest Passage to raise awareness of global warming. 

He will be carrying out the expedition with Bear Grylls after completing a sea survival course with RNLI experts in Poole at the weekend.
 
The Future Fuels Team will be departing in August on a 14 day trip through the formerly frozen Northwest Passage to raise awareness of the effects of global warming and to raise money for UK charity Global Angels.
 
The crew christened their custom made Zodiac RIB boat Arctic Wolf. Their new vessel will take them on their journey through the passage between the North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

From start of the expedition to the finish, the team will cover 5,700 nautical miles.
 
Levy says: “Businesses can and should do more to look at slowing down the effects of global warming, which is why we are backing this trip and Global Angels.” 

Future Capital Partners is currently building a commercial scale bio-ethanol plant in Grimsby to help lower the carbon footprint of British motorists.


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