The oceanographic sailing ship, Sedna IV, is undertaking its most important scientific and film-making mission to date. Throughout an incredible human adventure that will last over a year, the public is invited to follow the expedition wherever it goes and to share and understand the work it is doing.
Mission Antarctica is one of the largest expeditions of modern times. Its aim is to meet the challenge with you and become the largest awareness campaign about climate change and the other main environmental issues facing the planet. Mission Antarctica's objective is to sail to the edge of the ice fields at the South Pole and document the effects of climate change in the Antarctic, which is the place on Earth that has warmed the most in recent decades. The sailors, film-makers and scientists who have embarked on this mission will be plunging into the heart of the extreme and drive themselves further than they have ever been before in order to analyse and understand the phenomenon that is climate change (see also the Sedna's itinerary).