The International Polar Foundation’s highly successful pedagogical workshop, Class Zero Emission, brings new interactive methods into the classroom, reaching school age children and their teachers with current science …
All projects related to: Marking Ten Years of Achievement
Since 2008, the €150,000 InBev-Baillet Latour Antarctica Fellowship has provided young scientists with the opportunity to conduct research in East Antarctica operating out of the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica research station.
The Polaris Climate Change Observatory (PCCO) aims to inform public perception of the role of science in issues of major social importance. The PCCO is a physical space where the …
The world’s first zero emission polar research station, Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, welcomes scientists from around the world to conduct research in this little-studied and pristine environment, close to …
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