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News - May 09

 

 

Volcano Erupts in Galapagos - The Cumbre volcano in The Galapagos National Park is continuing to emit lava, following its eruption on Saturday. The eruption is affecting the uninhabited island of Fernandina, and authorities say there is no threat to humans...more  

 

Arctic diary: Explorers' ice quest - Polar explorers Pen Hadow, Ann Daniels and Martin Hartley are trekking across the Arctic, taking measurements of sea-ice thickness as they go...more  

 

New limits to Antarctic tourism - Countries with ties to Antarctica have adopted US proposals to limit tourism in the region, in a bid to protect the fragile ecosystem of the continent...more  

 

Ice team endures meagre rations - Three UK explorers surveying the Arctic ice were down to rations of just 90g of food each per day until a resupply flight reached them on Tuesday...more  
  High-Profile Visits Highlight Challenges Facing Galapagos - In recent weeks, Britain's Prince Charles and U.S. actor Richard Gere have paid visits to the Galapagos Islands, along with China’s Vice-Premier, Hui Liangyu.  
  Antarctica opens green polar base - The effect of carbon emissions on global warming has prompted governments to look for alternative, cleaner energy sources instead of fossil fuels. Now the world's first zero emission polar research station has opened in Antarctica.  
  Galapagos Fossil Fuel Free by 2015 - Ecuador has taken the first step towards ending the oil dependence of its Galápagos Islands, in the eastern Pacific Ocean, with the official opening of a 10.8 million dollar wind energy facility on the island of San Cristóbal.