This section is featuring the latest news regarding adventure in the polar regions and from the expeditions we are following closely.
Published on 31.03.2007 - Mars North Pole Solo
Big troubles for Rosie who's been blocked by a storm and whose progress is too slow.
Published on 31.03.2007 - North Pole Quest
Just like Rosie Stancer, who's a few miles behind them, the North Pole Quest trio have witnessed the elements going crazy.
Published on 29.03.2007 - The Arctic Arc
After two days of bad weather, the Hubert-Dansercoer duo has resumed forward progress. Spirits are high.
Published on 26.03.2007 - The Arctic Arc
Bad luck for the Arctic Arc pair. Due to an awful storm which hit them yesterday, Alain and Dixie have "backed up" 21.5 km during the day.
Published on 23.03.2007 - Mars North Pole Solo
Even with the 63 km she has already accomplished since her departure, Rosie Stancer evidently finds herself in another chaotic ice zone.
Published on 23.03.2007 - North Pole Quest
For several days now, the North Pole Quest team has been fighting winds and crossing, the best way they can, open leads. However, the men have been advancing at a good pace.
Published on 23.03.2007 - Global Warming 101 Expedition
The city of Pangnirtung (meaning 'the place of the male caribou' in Inuktitut, one of the four Inuit languages) is an old whaling resort. Today it is the second biggest city of the Nunavut independent territory in Canada. It is situated on the Baffin island, facing the Baffin sea and Greenland, above the Arctic polar circle and 300 km away from the territorial capital of Iqaluit. With 1350 inhabitants, it is mostly a fishing city.
Published on 21.03.2007 - The Arctic Arc
Good weather has finally decided to follow the expedition. Yesterday, the first day of spring was a memorable day filled with beautiful sceneries.
Published on 19.03.2007 - The Arctic Arc
For the first time since their departure, Alain and Dixie have had a full day of sunlight. That said, it was still not possible for the two men to charge their batteries.
Published on 16.03.2007 - Mars North Pole Solo
While Liv and Ann had to abandon their expedition due to serious frostbites, Rosie Stancer has had better chance. Despite the horrid progression conditions, she has gotten over the hurdle of the first few kilometres and is well on her way.