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Isolation at the polar ice caps teaches us to become more responsible about our planet - Nadja Albertsen

SDG 12

Season 1, episode 26
11 min / Published

For 13 months, I lived on the Concordia science station as a doctor-researcher for ESA. Living In the Antarctic is a unique experience: you have to survive on limited resources for long periods of time; even though you are surrounded by Ice, water is still a precious resource and 80% of it is recycled. The Antarctic station is an experimental site for space exploration, where we learn to live in a responsible way and to protect the planet Earth.

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