The International Polar Foundation conceives and implements ambitious projects to support polar scientific research, promote informed action on climate change, and drive development of a sustainable society.
The International Polar Foundation's flagship project: Powered by wind and solar energy, the world’s first zero emission research station welcomes scientists from around the world.
The Baillet Latour Antarctica Fellowship provides young scientists with the opportunity to conduct research out of the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica research station in East Antarctica.
Held in Brussels, this annual conference brings together international policymakers, scientists, academics, Arctic indigenous peoples and industry representatives to discuss the future of the Arctic.
The PCCO is a state-of-the-art venue for contextualising the role of polar science in issues of major social importance, through innovative installations that possible responses to climate change.
Supporting Science: As operator and manager of Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, the International Polar Foundation provides logistics and infrastructure support to scientists from the international research community.
The ExploraPoles portal features news and features on polar expeditions and explorers. Through adventure, we hope to share in the discovery of these fabulous regions and their importance in our planet's climate systems.
The International Polar Foundation’s highly successful educational workshop brings new interactive methods into the classroom, reaching school age children and their teachers with current science knowledge on climate change.
The Educapoles platform delivers a fresh approach to the scientific process by enabling teachers to explore climate and polar science with their students through the use of creative tools and learning methods.
The SciencePoles portal communicates on scientific research from the Polar Regions; essential for greater public understanding the Earth, its ecosystems, and the global climate system.