Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

For decades, Antarctica has been the home of science and an example for preservation governance. The International Polar Foundation signed the return of Belgium on the continent with the first ever “zero emission” station: Princess Elisabeth Antarctica.

  • Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, the first "Zero emission" polar research station in the mist at Utsteinen, East Antarctica

    © International Polar Foundation - René Robert

  • Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, the first "Zero emission" polar research station and windturbines at Utsteinen, East Antarctica

    © International Polar Foundation - René Robert

  • Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, the first "Zero emission" polar research station

    © International Polar Foundation - René Robert

  • Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, the first "Zero emission" polar research station

    © International Polar Foundation - René Robert

  • Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, the first "Zero emission" polar research station: front view with solar panels

    © International Polar Foundation - René Robert

  • Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, the first "Zero emission" polar research station against the sunlight

    © International Polar Foundation - René Robert

  • Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

    Princess Elisabeth Station, the first "Zero emission" polar research station with windturbines, solar panels & satellite dish

    © International Polar Foundation - René Robert