Writer Carolyn Beasley kayaking at Port Charcot in Antartica. Photo: Carolyn BeasleyWriter Carolyn Beasley kayaking at Port Charcot in Antartica. Photo: Carolyn Beasley
Writer Carolyn Beasley kayaking at Port Charcot in Antartica. Photo: Carolyn Beasley

In Antarctica, scientists and tourists are in the same – increasingly sustainable – boat

  • The pandemic brought Antarctica’s tourist and research seasons to an early close, and no one is quite sure when they can return
  • But the time out offers both industries the chance to assess how to make their futures, and that of the frozen continent, more sustainable
Topic |   Antarctica
Writer Carolyn Beasley kayaking at Port Charcot in Antartica. Photo: Carolyn BeasleyWriter Carolyn Beasley kayaking at Port Charcot in Antartica. Photo: Carolyn Beasley
Writer Carolyn Beasley kayaking at Port Charcot in Antartica. Photo: Carolyn Beasley
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