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ANTARCTICA MATTERS—JOIN US ON OUR JOURNEY WITH A PURPOSE MARCH 2019

Antarctica has always been a land held with intrigue. The whitest, driest, coldest, windiest continent on earth was collectively decided to be preserved by twelve countries, including Russia, the United Kingdom, Argentina, Chile, Australia, and the United States. The Antarctica … Continue reading ANTARCTICA MATTERS—JOIN US ON OUR JOURNEY WITH A PURPOSE MARCH 2019

Antarctica Matters: Racing to Cross Antarctica

Two adventurers are attempting to cross Antarctica alone, without support, without being resupplied by food, or assisted by any means of transport other than the power of their legs. If either or both succeed, they will be the first to … Continue reading Antarctica Matters: Racing to Cross Antarctica

Antarctica Matters: Scientists Discover Graveyard of Continents Beneath Ice

Antarctica has been called the least understood continent of Earth. Recently, data from a discontinued European satellite reveals that the ice sheet beneath eastern Antarctica is a graveyard of continental remnants. The research, led by Jörg Ebbing, a geophysicist at Kiel … Continue reading Antarctica Matters: Scientists Discover Graveyard of Continents Beneath Ice

Antarctica Matters—Join Us On Our Journey with a Purpose March 2019

Antarctica has always been a land held with intrigue. The whitest, driest, coldest, windiest continent on earth was collectively decided to be preserved by twelve countries, including Russia, the United Kingdom, Argentina, Chile, Australia, and the United States. The Antarctica … Continue reading Antarctica Matters—Join Us On Our Journey with a Purpose March 2019

Antarctica Matters

In 1959, world governments came together to sign the Antarctic Treaty, to ensure that Antarctica was used only for peaceful and scientific research purposes. In 1991, they proposed a 50-year agreement, declaring the great white continent as a natural reserve, … Continue reading Antarctica Matters