Ariston Completes Large-Scale Cold Challenge Mission in Greenland

Thus, the company and the heroes of the project supported the research on climate change at the University of Copenhagen. Until that time, it was impossible to spend more than a few days on the island - this was hindered by low temperatures, from -20 to -50 ° C, adverse weather conditions and lack of necessary infrastructure.

When the specialists reached their destination, they started building the “comfort zone”: an innovative modular home that should save energy. Now a comfortable warm base will allow specialists to collect the necessary scientific data and live in a house that is protected from extreme weather conditions.

Throughout the project, photo and video were shot.

A six-part documentary about the expedition can be watched

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