ADVENTURERS WANTED

Harzardous expedition, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtfull. Honour and recognition in case of success..

We will explore the challenges and opportunities, Greenland and Denmark are facing in the Arctic. 

Welcome to POLARSKOLEN (Danish for POLARSCHOOL)

Join us for a polar adventure

The Arctic is getting extensive attention globally. The ice cap in Greenland is melting, the sea ice is getting thinner, the Kingdom of Denmark is challenged, oil exploration can threaten the environment and why has Greenland and Denmark jointly made a demand on the seabed around the North Pole?

Join the expedition and get answers.

Write an e-mail to me or call me here at POLARSKOLEN. Then we will find a suitable time for one or more exciting interactive talks.

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Expedition Denmark and Greenland in the new Arctic

Right now the book for this material is only in danish. A english translation is under way and will be released in the autumn of 2016. Until then you can explore the expedition by clicking ACTIVITIES. Here you can start working with all the exciting events that are happening right now: The sea ice is getting thinner and melting due to climate change. Greenland and Denmark are jointly claiming the seabed below the North Pole and much more. Join us on an exciting virtual expedition.

Buy the book in danish from Dafoloo

THE LAST BLOG POSTS

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GREGERS FASCINATION FOR THE ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC

In 1999 I crossed Greenland from west to east together with two friends Kalle Kronholm and Kristian Joos. I 2001 Kristian Joos and I reached the South Pole after 56 days and 1.149,41 km (714 miles) on skis. We had completed the first Danish South Pole expedition. My deep fascination with the spectacular nature, the old polar explorers and a better understanding of the Arctic and Antarctic is the foundation for POLARSKOLEN (Danish for POLARSCHOOL). Key questions to be answered: What are the consequences for Greenland and Denmark now that the sea ice is melting in the Arctic? Why has Greenland and Denmark jointly made a claim on the seabed below the North Pole? These questions and many more will put into relevance by POLARSKOLEN. The danish version of this material is supported by the Danish Ministry of Education (Tips og Lotto midlerne)

Explore Gregers website: www.gregersgjersoe.com