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Lorde calls for action after witnessing climate change first-hand on Antarctica trip
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Britain's "Boaty McBoatface" heads for open seas
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Threat to Antarctica: Scientists press for protected marine park
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Lorde on Antarctica: Thrilling and intense... but eerieThe singer says she found inspiration for her next album during a visit to the bottom of the world.
Thwaites: 'Doomsday Glacier' vulnerability seen in new mapsSea and airborne surveys show how Antarctica's mighty Thwaites ice stream can be melted from below.
Climate change: Satellites record history of Antarctic meltingEuropean spacecraft track in fine detail the thinning that's occurred at the continent's edge.
Coronavirus severely restricts Antarctic scienceKeeping Covid out of Antarctica means little research will be done on the continent in 2020-2021.
Mystery egg likely belonged to giant sea reptile, scientists sayThe football-like fossil has puzzled scientists since it was found in Antarctica almost a decade ago.
How to find a meteorite in AntarcticaJustin Rowlatt joins a team of scientists looking for small space rocks in Antarctica.
Climate change turning Antarctica's snow greenAntarctica conjures images of an unbroken white wilderness but blooms of algae are giving parts of the frozen continent an increasingly green tinge.
Coronavirus and Antarctica: 'Isolated within isolation'Why the people on the only continent without a recorded case of coronavirus are in lockdown.
'Isolated within isolation': keeping out coronavirus in the frozen AntarcticIn the frozen and desolate expanse of Antarctica, Alejandro Valenzuela Pena is used to a feeling of isolation. Now, however, that has taken on a new meaning as the only continent still free from the..
Ex-Disney animator brings Antarctic story to lifeAfter working on Frozen and Big Hero 6, Sarah Airriess left Hollywood to create a graphic about early Antarctic explorers
Learning how to make an igloo in the AntarcticThe BBC's Justin Rowlatt learnt to make an igloo while visiting Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier.
A place that makes you ask the questions that really matterThe BBC's Justin Rowlatt found a visit to Antarctica made him emotional, and ultimately hopeful.
Greenland and Antarctica ice loss acceleratingThe Earth's great ice sheets are losing mass six times faster today than they were in the 1990s.
Antarctic sea creatures 'stressed to the max'Justin Rowlatt reports from Antarctica's Ross Sea, where rising temperatures could affect marine life.
Crossing Antarctica solo: A lonely journey across the iceHow Børge Ousland became the first person to cross Antarctica solo
Number of chinstrap penguins in Antarctica has fallen sharply: scientistsThe number of chinstrap penguins in some colonies in Western Antarctica has fallen by as much as 77% since they were last surveyed in the 1970s, say scientists studying the impact of climate change on..
Antarctica logs hottest temperature on record of 18.3CThe provisional reading of 18.3C (64.9F) beats the previous record of 17.5C, logged in 2015.
Could you handle the earth's most remote campsite?Take a look inside an Antarctic campsite and find out how they survive.
Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier'Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find out why.
The year in protests: From Chile to Lebanon, what happened next?Every continent including Antarctica saw demos this year, with many likely to spill over into 2020.
'The closest thing on Earth to interplanetary travel'Justin Rowlatt lands in a dazzling white and blue world to join scientists checking up on Antarctic ice.
Denman Glacier: Deepest point on land found in AntarcticaDenman Glacier reaches down to more than 3,500m below sea level. Only ocean trenches go deeper.
Chilean Air Force recovers human remains, says no survivors in crashed planeThe Chilean Air Force said on Thursday that it had recovered human remains in the search for a crashed Antarctica-bound plane with 38 people on board.
Chile expands search over frigid sea near Antarctica for crashed planeThe Chilean military sent fighter jets early on Wednesday in an expansion of its search for an airforce cargo plane that crashed with 38 people aboard over a remote stretch of frigid sea between South..
Chile search teams battle adverse conditions in hunt for planeThirty-eight people were on board the transport plane bound for an air force base in Antarctica.
Chilean military plane 'disappears' with 38 aboardA military plane with 38 on board has disappeared en route to Antarctica, Chilean air force says in a statement
Forty years on, New Zealand apologizes for Antarctic plane disasterNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern apologized on Thursday for the then-government's handling of a plane crash in Antarctica 40 years ago that took the lives of 257 people in the country's worst..
'Molar Berg' does a quick Antarctic pirouetteSatellite spies the White Continent's newest giant iceberg as it spins around.
Climate change: Emperor penguin 'needs greater protection'The Antarctic icon could lose more than half its population by 2100, say scientists.
315 billion-tonne iceberg breaks off AntarcticaThe Amery Ice Shelf in Antarctica produces its largest iceberg in more than 50 years.
Post office team picked for Antarctic Port Lockroy baseThe team will spend four months franking stamps on tourists' postcards and counting penguins.