The Society has been working in partnership with the Flotilla Foundation to produce a set of teaching resources for our Education for Antarctic Conservation Project
In partnership with the Flotilla Foundation the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) is proud to release eight educational interactives and a digital Antarctic collectors album to mark the accomplishment of ‘a pioneering Antarctica expedition into the depths of the frozen Weddell Sea’. These teaching resources are part of our Education for Antarctic Conservation Project. This work is designed to complement the resources produced during the 2019 Weddell Sea Expedition.
In 2019, an international scientific expedition explored one of the most remote cold and hostile places on Earth, the Antarctic Weddell Sea. This film was created by William Shears.
Please download your ‘Discovering the Weddell Sea Album’ app from the relevant digital store. Please note that this will work best on a PC/Laptop/Tablet. It will run on a smartphone, but it is not designed for a small screen.
There are instructions to follow in the app to get started. The passwords to unlock snapshots in the app are available in the downloads section of this page.
Download App from App Store
Download App from Google Play
Download App from Microsoft Store
In this podcast, we are joined by Dr John Shears, polar explorer and recipient of the Polar Medal
View and download a poster about the Weddell Sea
View and download a poster about the Antarctic Treaty
Listen to our podcast with Dr Clara Manno
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