Videos

While a picture may be worth a thousand words, a video is worth even more! Here are some videos to illustrate some of the moments where more than just a picture will do.

These videos will give you a better idea about who I am and what I do. Some are of general interest regarding climate change and the Polar Regions

  • Explorer’s Club

    Explorer’s Club

    Posted on the 28.04.2010

    This video was created by CAPA TV when going to the Explorers Club in New York from which Alain is a member. This is a long and heavy video by web standards, but you might find it entertaining so we decided to publish it.

  • Genesis of the Princess Elisabeth Station

    Genesis of the Princess Elisabeth Station

    Posted on the 14.04.2010

    As project director and chief engineer of the Princess Elisabeth station construction, Alain Hubert, founding president of the International Polar Foundation (IPF), presents the genesis of the IPF and of the project. The construction of the first "zero emission" research station would not have been possible without the contribution of project manager, Johan Berte, program administrator Nighat Amin, and the

  • Arctic Arc: an encounter with a polar bear

    Arctic Arc: an encounter with a polar bear

    Posted on the 18.11.2009

    Extracted from the rushes shooted during the first part of the expedition, here is a very rare sequence showing you an encounter with a polar bear. Good job that one was a bit of a pacifist.

  • Arctic Arc: Crossing a Lead

    Arctic Arc: Crossing a Lead

    Posted on the 16.11.2009

    Extracted from the rushes shooted during the first part of the expedition, here is a sequence showing you what it is like to cross a lead like the ones we have to cross every day during an Arctic expedition like this one.

  • Arctic Arc: How Hard the Wind Blows

    Arctic Arc: How Hard the Wind Blows

    Posted on the 16.11.2009

    Extracted from the rushes shooted during the first part of the expedition, here is a sequence showing you how hard the wind can blow in the Arctic.

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