News Archive

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  • IPF and Adventure Ecology Challenge

    IPF and Adventure Ecology Challenge

    To celebrate the International Polar Year, the International Polar Foundation (IPF) and Adventure Ecology invite schools in the United Kingdom to participate in a national sustainability challenge. Although only UK …

  • Cool Pole Puzzles Go Hot!

    Cool Pole Puzzles Go Hot!

    By means of the "Puzzel je warm...experimenteer je koud" (project (warm up with puzzles... cool down with experiments), the International Polar Foundation took on the introduction of Polar Regions …

  • Fund Raising Campaign for Princess Elisabeth Station

    Fund Raising Campaign for Princess Elisabeth Station

    Wondering how you can act against Climate Change? This is it! Last week, a massive awareness campaign was launched throughout Belgium in order to raise public interest in the construction …

  • IPCC Workgroup II Reaches Agreement  6 April 2007

    IPCC Workgroup II Reaches Agreement 6 April 2007

    The IPCC Workgroup II has reached the core of impacts having to do with Climate Change. Bringing together 174 lead authors, 222 contributors and 45 review editors, the second chapter of the 4th …

  • IPCC Workgroup II Calls for Action

    IPCC Workgroup II Calls for Action

    Is it significant that the IPCC opened its 9th session of Working Group II on a warm and sunny day in Brussels? Indeed, Europe's capital is mostly known for "its …

  • Paris International Polar Year launch event

    Paris International Polar Year launch event

    The IPF attended the official international launch ceremony taking place 1 March, 2007 at the Palais de la Découverte, Paris, France. During the course of the International Polar Year, thousands …

  • Educational Arctic and Antarctic 3D puzzles

    Educational Arctic and Antarctic 3D puzzles

    These Arctic and Antarctic 3D puzzles are aimed at kids from 12 to 14 years old. By showing the various layers of land, ocean and ice, these puzzles will constitute a solid …