Our Stakeholders

We liaise with a wide range of stakeholders in order to develop policy and undertake projects.  Some of our key stakeholders include:

British Antarctic Survey – Delivers and enables world-leading research in the Polar Regions and provides a UK presence in the British Antarctic Territory.

UK Antarctic Heritage Trust – Preserves, enhances and promotes British Antarctic heritage to engage, inform and inspire a global audience.  Also operates the historic base of Port Lockroy and acts as our Philatelic Clerk.

Scott Polar Research Institute – The Institute is a well-known and long-established centre for research into the polar regions and is part of the University of Cambridge. It is home to the Polar Museum and extensive library and archives.

Royal Geographical Society – The UK’s learned society and professional body for geography.

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) – The world leading environmental charity supports our efforts to protect the Territory’s environment and iconic animal species.

International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators – a member organisation founded to advocate, promote and practice safe and environmentally responsible  tourism travel to the Antarctic.

Creative Direction (Worldwide) Ltd – Design and production of our stamps

Pobjoy Mint – Production, distribution and retailing of our stamps and coins.

UK Polar Network – A voluntary group providing networking between and support for early career polar researchers and provide education and outreach on polar issues to young people and general public.

National Maritime Museum – The world’s largest maritime museum and host to new Polar Worlds gallery which presents stories from British exploration of the polar regions and examines the issues facing these fragile environments today.

Oceanites – Nonprofit environmental, scientific and educational organisation who gather data on Antarctic wildlife.

A formal stakeholder meeting takes place each year, in addition to ongoing engagement.