No. it should not be developed. It is one of the few places in the world that has not been developed and should stay that way.
Antarctica is a harsh place. Development per se would be problematic, given that access to land is impossible for half the year -- the sea ice freezes, doubling the size of the continent; nothing grows there, everything must be imported -- it's 30 degrees F colder in Antarctica that it is in the polar regions of the northern hemisphere; development is simply an impractical idea.
Antarctica should not be developed. Period.
Antarctica is a beautiful place.
it should not be developed in the future because it is the earth's last wilderness
There are no countries in Antarctica.
Antarctica should be protected because of there great wilderness and all the animals has right to be protected even if they are wild or not all animals have right to live...... that's all I can say
The continent of Antarctica is too cold to develop, sustainably or otherwise.
. It may kill animals and there habitats.
There is no 'oil state' currently in Antarctica, nor will one be developed according to the Antarctic Treaty.
That would depend on the fisherman and what s/he would want to develop on the continent of Antarctica.
There are no companies in Antarctica.
There is no 'development' on Antarctica, but there are research stations built by governments interested in supporting the scientific study of the health of planet Earth.
Antarctica is indeed a sweet place. And, it is a desert.
Antarctica is home only to scientists, and for short periods of time. These scientists live in the "bases" developed by their countries.
Antarctica should last as long as the earth lasts.
Yes i think we should exploit Antarctica for supplying oil and minerals in case we ran out of it. However some countries think that we should not because Antarctica is the last unspoiled continent on the earth.
There are various reasons that we should try and look after Antarctica. For example, if the ice sheet that covers 98% of Antarctica melts a lot then the sea level will rise.
Today, all tourism to Antarctica is accommodated aboard the ships that they sail on to reach the continent. Since the Antarctic Treaty prohibits all commercial ventures, apparently the existing tourism accommodations are sufficient, with no need for development to accommodate tourism.
It isn't.See "Why is an ozone hole formed only above Antarctica and not over developed countries that emit a lot of CFCs?"
It's too cold to 'develop' anything in Antarctica -- humans do not have the technology to overwhelm the extreme cold required to exploit the Antarctic continent.
It could provide enormous reserves of fossil fuel as well as a new place for humanity to live. It could help to increase global food supplies enormously.
There is no evidence in the argument to limit the number of tourists in Antarctica.
Humans are not native to Antarctica, so there would be no legends developed.