This podcast features me talking about my recent article, "More tourists head to Antarctica, affecting the region’s ecosystem and science."
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One hundred years after explorers first reached the South Pole, Antarctica’s appeal as one of the last pockets of wilderness left in the world hasn’t faded. Images of white expanses and frozen seas attract thousands of people each year to see what they think is a pristine, unaffected land.
But the resulting tourism explosion may be diminishing the very wilderness that visitors set out to experience.