Last Thursday and Friday, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation’s Polar Symposium took place in the century-old Oceanographic Museum, between the Palais princier and the Mediterranean, bringing together scientists and experts, advocacy officers and directors of organizations, representatives of indigenous peoples and heads of state.
In September, the Admiral Bellinghausen became the first Estonian ship to pass through the legendary sea passage and (approximately) the 160th yacht to complete the voyage.
An operation to deliver supplies and transfer polar researchers to the “North Pole-41” drift station was successfully carried out in the Arctic Ocean.
The two ten-day Foundation Expeditions of the Ocean Warrior project in September led to the northeast of Svalbard and were successful in every aspect.
The first of two “Foundation Expeditions” of the Ocean Warrior project started last Friday in Longyearbyen, Svalbard.
The Fondation Pacifique takes young scientists on board to explore the Northwest Passage, starting in the North Atlantic between Newfoundland and Greenland, then along the west coast of Kalaallit Nunaat.
Reports emerged on July 25 that the research vessel “Mikhail Somov” ran aground near the Franz Josef Land archipelago. Apparently, there is no danger of fuel leakage.
China’s 13th Arctic expedition team set sail on a mission that is expected to last until the end of September and cover a voyage of 15,500 nautical miles.
Two adventurers set off along the coast of Greenland in a Hobie Cat, with a 2,000 nautical mile journey ahead of them.
A team of four will embark on the 2,000-mile expedition from Baffin Bay through the Northwest Passage to the Beaufort Sea in kayaks in July.
Mike Keen has been kayaking along the coast of western Greenland since late April, supporting two research projects
Rumours going around about the cancelation of this year’s Ice Camp Barneo has led the operator to issue an official statement about the current situation
The Tara Ocean Foundation has announced the launch of the construction of its future polar station, a project it has been considering for at least 8 years.
Two young Danish men attempt a world record by crossing the Greenland ice sheet by bicycle.
After a construction period of 3½ years at the Admirality shipyard in St. Petersburg, “Severny Polyus” is now in service in the Arctic for the first time.
The ice-breaking self-propelled platform “Severny Polyus” has passed the first sea trials. The unique ship is a new step in polar research.
To better understand the oceans, the Tara Ocean Foundation is planning a new project with a drifting base in the Arctic. For this purpose, a new vessel must be built for the first time.
Only about one and a half years after the largest Arctic research expedition ever, the scientists provide a complete picture of climate processes in the Central Arctic for the first time.
During a trip to Wrangel Island, Russian photographer Dmitry Kokh discovered polar bears living in an abandoned weather station on Kolyuchin Island.
Russia’s scientists are expected to resume Arctic studies of drift ice stations in September 2022 after a year-long hiatus.
Plastic debris is choking the ocean. Gate to the Arctic expedition sailed to Bear Island on 74 degrees north to collect, analyze and lay the foundation for future young Arctic Ambassadors.
During a research expedition in northern Greenland, researchers surprisingly discovered a tiny island that is now considered the northernmost island on Earth.
At the beginning of August, two expeditions will start to the Kara Sea up to Franz Josef Land and Severnaya Zemlya, with the aim, among others, to better understand climate change in the Arctic and to research plastic pollution.
The well-known Belgian polar explorer and adventurer Dixie Dansercoer (58) died on Monday evening during an expedition in Greenland,