The International Polar Year is a huge, interdisciplinary research programme focussing on the polar regions from March 2007 - March 2009. News stories will emerge of scientists from 63 different nations as they explore icy frontiers, undergo extreme conditions, learn new and exciting details about the earth system and monitor how the poles are changing. IPY also has a strong involvement by people who live in the polar regions, and on education and outreach. This is a great opportunity to raise public awareness of the polar regions, and share science and human-interest stories directly relevant to you, and your audience.
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Polar Images from National Programmes and Independent Photographers
Quarterly International Polar Days
Frequently Asked Questions and other Press Materials
IPY honeycomb chart
|Download these IPY Press Materials, including brochures, national press contacts, and sources of polar media.
These February 2009 feature pages profile a different project every day, and provide details on the release of the State of Polar Research Report & IPY Celebrations in Geneva on February 25th.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 July 2009 09:25