Go to RESOURCES section for suggestions of Antarctica Day Flags Activities for primary and secondary school students.
Youth around the world created thousands of Antarctica Flags from over 20 countries for Antarctica Day !
ARCUS will be celebrating Antarctica Day by hosting a LIVE, real-time event with PolarTREC teacher Lesley Anderson from the South Pole Station, on Dec 4th.
This will be a special presentation celebrating Antarctica Day (December 1). The presentation will focus on the history of the Antarctica Treaty and how it relates to science conducted at the South Pole, in particular with the IceCube project – Click HERE to register
Click here to launch a virtual balloon and celebrate Antarctica Day
Click here to see 2016 launched virtual balloons
Click here to download “Celebrating Antarctica” – The Antarctic Treaty presented in book form, illustrated by school children from all over the world!
Click here to watch a movie with images of the Antarctica Day flags displayed at the McMurdo Station in Antarctica
is an initiative created by our partners at APECS, designed to involve youngsters and the ones close to them in the celebration of the Antarctica Day on every December 1st. Click here to join the ANTARCTICA DAY CELEBRATION happening all over the world.
To celebrate Antarctica Day 2017, ARMANDO CAUSSADE has organized an event that will take place December 1st at the Puerto Rico Metropolitan University in San juan, which will feature, a talk on the Antarctic treaty, short documentaries on Antarctica and Antarctic science (including Jim Madsen’s “Chasing the Ghost Particle), plus his own experience with PolarTREC. There will be a round table with students for them to share their opinions.
To celebrate Antarctica Day 2017, APECS is organising a photo competition, Antarctica Alive, where everyone will be able to vote for the best photo. Click here to participate and to know the rules and regulations.
The Explorers Club (www.explorers.org) will host a new edition of the Polar film festival in New York City, January 25-27 2018. The event will add awareness for Antarctica Day 2017. The polar film festival is open to the public, includes a variety of historical and modern films from the polar regions as well as presentations and discussion..
Click here to go to the event website.