Multimedia animations

In this section you will find several animations designed and produced by the International Polar Foundation on different topics linked to the polar regions, the way our planet's climate functions, climate change, biodiversity and energy.

Most of these animations are available as CD-ROMS in various languages. Please contact us for more information.

  • What is the atmosphere?

    What is the atmosphere?


    The formation and composition of the earth's atmosphere in a few animations.

  • Why is it cold at the poles?

    Why is it cold at the poles?


    Discovery of the concepts of solar radiation and albedo, which explain, among other things, polar temperatures.

  • The greenhouse effect

    The greenhouse effect


    A simple explanation of the principle of the greenhouse effect and the source of greenhouse gases.

  • Climate complexity

    Climate complexity


    An animation carefully designed to explain as simply as possibly the complexity of our planet's climate.

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