Antarctica

Tue,

09.02.2021

  • 4:30 p.m.
  • 6:00 p.m.
ZOOM, Link wird am Veranstaltungstag via Mail verschickt / link will be sent via e-mail on the day of the event

Stuck at the bottom of our world map is the world’s largest cold desert: a land of ice and penguins, set aside officially by the countries of the world for science and research, forming the largest nature preserve on the planet. How long did it take for humans to find Antarctica? How did it become the world’s largest nature preserve? And what lies ahead for a land of ice and some of the world’s most unique and interesting fauna in the coming wake of Climate Change and the changing global landscape? Join us for an icy evening all about Antarctica!

Course number
10129
Led by
Angela Hudnell, PIASTA Koordinatorin Interkultureller PIASTA Abend; John, PIASTA Tutor; Jenita, PIASTA Tutorin
Target group
Students, Doctoral Students
Max number of participants
40
Language
german, english
Booking period
You can book this event until 4:30 p.m. on 09 February 2021.

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