It’s always a special moment when one of the RCGS Explorers-in-Residence drops by the podcast. This conversation with George Kourounis is no exception. George is one of the world’s leading storm chasers, broadcasters, and adventure travellers. His busy schedule has him doing everything from chasing tornados to jumping into volcanoes to surviving epic hurricanes and major weather events. He is all about exploring those moments on our planet when nature is at its most extreme and then sharing what he’s learned from that experience. In this episode, George takes us iceberg climbing off of Newfoundland and then into Africa’s most active volcano, in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Along the way, George shares some great behind-the-scenes tips for young explorers on how he made these expeditions come together. Enjoy!