Basler Kantonalbank is using the Antarctic and Arctic in Basel to promote more sustainable financial investments.
The long-awaited calving of a giant iceberg near the British station Halley VI has now happened.
The most modern ship of Russia’s fleet of icebreaker, the “Arktika” has left Murmansk after a longer stay and is again used for pilotage.
An Icelandair Boeing 767-300 flies from Reykjavik, with a stopover in Cape Town, to Antarctica to supply the Norwegian Troll Research Station.
Turkey plans to build its own station in the southern part of the Antarctic Peninsula and has submitted its plans.
A team of researchers has discovered a huge impact crater in Antarctica with the help of satellites. This could be the largest meteorite crater on Earth.
Soot and other polluting aerosols from the Indian subcontinent make it to the Arctic within seven days and pollute large areas there.
Until recently, it was generally assumed that life was no longer possible below a water depth of 500 metres.
From the beginning, the now Museum Cerny has seen itself as a platform for the inhabitants and concerns of the Arctic, not as their mouthpiece.
February 22, 1904 is a memorable day in Argentine polar exploration. That’s when Argentina took over the “Orcadas” station and has held it since that date.
Thanks to polar bear conservation, plans for preliminary oil exploration in ANWR will not receive approval and remain on hold.
This is the first time in history that a cargo ship has sailed through the icy Northeast Passage in both directions in January and February. The
Watching orcas off the coast of northern Norway has become a popular highlight and the intelligent marine mammals fascinate even experienced journalists.
A collapse of the Earth’s magnetic field, caused by the reversal of the magnetic poles, caused mass extinctions and climate changes 42,000 years ago.
Scientists sequenced DNA from the teeth of mammoths. These are said to be up to 1.6 million years old and probably belong to a new species of mammoth.
Fishing plays an enormously important role in the Arctic. On the one hand it is a source of food for many inhabitants there, on the other hand it is also one of the most important sources of income for various countries. This is because the demand for fish and other marine products continues to rise […]
Over the last three years media reported again and again about the iceberg A-68. What is hidden behind the letter-number-combination you can read in this report.
Icebergs do not simply melt away, but do so irregularly and, above all, much faster than previously thought.
The new Russian space station is to be deployed in an orbit that will allow observation of the entire surface of the Earth, especially the Arctic.
A weakening of the Arctic polar vortex has caused weather turbulence in the northern hemisphere since the beginning of the year.
Denmark currently has only one aircraft, four helicopters and four ships to monitor the Arctic in Greenland. Now the budget for monitoring will be increased.
Far below the Filchner-Ronne ice shelf, researchers have discovered a previously completely unknown underwater world.
February 11, 2021 marked the keel laying of “SH Vega”, the second of three specially designed expedition cruise ships from Swan Hellenic.
Manganese probably plays a more important role in the occurrence of phytoplankton in the Southern Ocean than previously thought.