Useful links

Dear friends, dear visitors,

Please find here below a series of educational websites which will help you to better understand the Poles and our beautiful Nature. Who knows these internet links may help you to achieve your projects and studies… Enjoy your readings!

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Surf under Ice and Green  to know more about the beautiful Belgian nature and the Belgian initiatives taken in the field of sports, environment and polar regions…

Surf under Norwegian Polar Institute which is studying the climate, polar wildlife and undertaking research in biology, geology, topography…

Surf on Dr Paul Sterry, wildlife photographer and author’  website who wrote many great educational books on birds, butterflies, flowers…

Surf on Belgian Polar explorer Dixie Dansercoer’  website which is putting forward his famous expeditions achieved in the Arctic and at the South Pole…

Surf on Greenpeace website which is defending our global environment and the Arctic through several field actions and via their so called project “Save the Arctic“…

Surf under French Explorer Paul-Emile Viktor website which covers the French Polar expeditions and his action towards Nature and Arctic wildlife conservation…

Surf on the internet site of the Inuit Circumpolar Council  which is strengthening unity among Inuits, promoting their rights and developing policies that safeguard the Arctic environment…

Surf under the  International Polar Foundation website to collect information about climate change, polar education and polar expeditions…

Surf on  Maud Fontenoy Foundation website which is focusing on educational programs to conserve the seas & the oceans…

Pay a visit to Belgian Polar explorer Alain Hubert website to view all his expeditions and projects achieved as the President of the International Polar Foundation…

Go to the National Snow & Ice Data Center  website to view for example the satellite news and data of the Arctic pack ice…

Surf on Swiss explorer Mike Horn website to understand all his polar expeditions and his educational projects with students…

Discover here the Conservation of Polar Bears Agreement signed in Oslo on the 15th of November 1973 by Canada, Denmark, Greenland, Norway and USA…

Surf on Dutch explorer Willy De Roos website, the first to have achieved solo the crossing by sail of the Northwest Passage from East to West…

Pay a visit to Scott Polar Research Institute website which is part of the University of Cambridge and leading polar analysis and glaciology studies…

Go to French polar explorer  Jean-Louis Etienne website to discover many of his polar expeditions …

Surf under the  WWF  which is acting for Nature conservation and for Arctic respect under the slogan “Arctic Home”…

Surf under Belgian Polar Antarctic Station “Princess Elisabeth” which  is the first “zero emission” Polar station where several scientific analysis are achieved…

Visit the intergouvernemental Arctic Council website which is a forum to promote cooperation, coordination and interaction among the Arctic States…

Surf under the Arctic Institute website which is an interdisciplinary center focusing on Arctic policy issues…

Pay a visit to the website of the  University of Akureyri in Iceland if one day you wish to follow in english Polar law studies…

Surf under the internet site of the  International Polar Year 2007/2009 where several projects around the Arctic and the South Pole have been accomplished throughout the world…

Have a look at the beautiful Arctic and wildlife paintings of  British Artist Dawn Reader 

If you wish to visit one day as a youngster the Arctic or the South Pole and be a new environmental ambassador, then pay a visit to Student on Ice website

Go to the Bristish Antarctic Survey website which is one of the world’s leading research centres and is responsible for the UK’s national scientific activities in Antarctica…

Pay a visit to the United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust which works to conserve Antarctic buildings and artifacts & is promoting and encouraging the public’s interest in its Antarctic heritage…

If you are a lover of extreme skills then you should simply surf on The Arctic Challenge website to view outstanding snowboard videos filmed each year in Norway…

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