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  1. IC topic here: http://www.europans.com/topic/4364-the-antargic-treaty/ Reasons Three claims in 24 hours is perhaps a bit much, don't you think? Topic of discussion A good way to keep everyone happy and to keep activity up is organising a RP conference about an Antargic Treaty. Something to divvy up the terrority, while also leaving room for others. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antarctic_Treaty_System Check RL for inspiration. http://www.ats.aq/e/ats.htm If possible I would like to safeguard some area for future claimants in Marenesia and Aurelia, the two contin
  2. The Røvik Hotel | 1030hrs 5th May 2020 Canastota United States of Prymont Oliver Remmen, Minister of Energy & the Environment, beamed at the diplomats and politicians sat before him. They'd travelled from far and wide, the summit attracting attention from all four corners of the globe, for one united purpose. Since 2017, the Antargic Regulation Treaty of Human Activities (ARTHA) had safeguarded the southern continent of Antargis, promoting scientific research and protecting the peaceful, untouched lands from being spoiled. Prymont was known as an environmental
  3. Simon Station, King Tomasso Land, Antargis, January 14th, 2018, 09:30 Andallan Standard Time, -4.7°C Summer has started in Antargis. The land of the eternal ice is being flooded with diffuse light, the ice slowly retreats, penguin chicks hatch and cute little seal pups open their round eyes for the first time. Whales graze on the abundant masses of plankton and krill cumulating in the frigid waters. But this year, something is different about the southernmost continent. There is a building standing between dunes of snow amidst the freezing haze. It is the Simon Station, the ISTC's foothol
  4. (OOC topic here) Prologue It had been over 12 months since the Antargic Treaty was signed. A historic moment for all nations and organisation taking part. Individual nations such as @Girkmand and Eurofuhrer. And international organisations such as ISTC and EOS. Notably absent from the discussion were ATARA and the newly formed Aurelian League. The original Antargic Regulation Treaty of Human Activities (ARTHA) established the ground-rules for operating on Antargis. The treaty included a clause of dividing the continent into spheres of influence. But the participants never discus
  5. (OOC discussion is located here.) 09:00h EOS island HQ Tamurin Sea With the Orioni election of 2015, and the strange events that followed it, Anna Hackney had found herself both in and out of a job. For many years she had served as deputy to Sir Pipkin, the councillor of foreign affairs. Her loyalty had been rewarded... by being restationed. No more international flights with her old boss. She would forego the banquets and balls. Sir Pipkin had been very understanding of her wish to be stationed closer to the home island. Anna had told him she wanted to start a f
  6. In a surprising move to many, Eurofuhrerian scientists are directing new scientific efforts at the colony of Antargis. Minister of Sciences, Natalia Shermadini, then took the podium This is the first unveiling of our eventual interfacing to reach the cold, harsh continent of Antargis. The benefits of this expedition are many. It is a better opportunity to study the effects of climate change due to greenhouse gases and the deterioration of the ozone layer. We can help make our world a much better place. It is an amazing opportunity to observe the biological specimens in An
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