Far of corners of the world might seem remote and wild, but they are also people’s homes, which raises questions of the ethics of expeditions during Covid-19. Photo: Associated Press Far of corners of the world might seem remote and wild, but they are also people’s homes, which raises questions of the ethics of expeditions during Covid-19. Photo: Associated Press
Far of corners of the world might seem remote and wild, but they are also people’s homes, which raises questions of the ethics of expeditions during Covid-19. Photo: Associated Press
Mark Agnew
Opinion

Opinion

View From The Edge by Mark Agnew

What are the ethics of expeditions in Covid-19? It may be remote, wild and someone else’s home

  • The far-flung corners of the world draw adventurers for their isolation, but isolation is sanctuary from the inhabitants who have lived there for thousands of years
  • There are exciting adventures to be had in your own backyard, many of them right under your nose

Far of corners of the world might seem remote and wild, but they are also people’s homes, which raises questions of the ethics of expeditions during Covid-19. Photo: Associated Press Far of corners of the world might seem remote and wild, but they are also people’s homes, which raises questions of the ethics of expeditions during Covid-19. Photo: Associated Press
Far of corners of the world might seem remote and wild, but they are also people’s homes, which raises questions of the ethics of expeditions during Covid-19. Photo: Associated Press
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Mark Agnew

Mark Agnew

Mark Agnew joined the Post in 2017 to capture the booming extreme sports scene in Hong Kong. He has been involved in outdoor and extreme sports his whole life. Since living in Hong Kong, his interest has expanded to endurance sports, including ultra-running and long distances ocean rowing.