TAE57-58 Fuchs Foundation

Following their last year experience (see our coverage) and waiting for the next expedition in the Antarctic, the Fuchs Foundation is on the move again. This time, four teachers are going to experience immense challenges in a dangerous and extreme environment in Arctic.


Below are all the news we published about the TAE57-58 Fuchs Foundation expedition

  • The teachers are on their way back home

    Published on 02.06.2009

    The four teachers from the Fuchs Foundation have reached the final point of their adventure without any major problems. Called Dog Camp, it's a tiny dot on Greenland's polar icecap, and it is probably from here that a helicopter will fly in to take them out.

  • They’re Approaching The West Coast

    Published on 28.05.2009

    Thanks to the good weather, the four teachers of the Fuchs Foundation's expedition are making unimaginably good progress. They've just stopped at Dye II.

  • They’re Almost Halfway

    Published on 20.05.2009

    The four Fuchs Foundation teachers are progressing after a fashion with their dog teams on rotten snow. They're making progress nevertheless.

  • The teachers are finally out on the ice

    Published on 13.05.2009

    It had been a long time coming, but finally on 8th May, the four teachers from the Fuchs Foundation were dropped off by helicopters on the Greenland icecap.

  • Ready for the great experiment

    Published on 04.05.2009

    The four British teachers selected by the Fuchs Foundation to be part of this experiment on the Greenland icecap have arrived on site and are raring to go.

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