The proposed SCAR scientific programme RESOURCE aims to gather the communities that investigate the polar atmosphere, with particular reference to Antarctica, by means of radio probes into a common shared initiative. The scope is to improve the current understanding of the Antarctic atmosphere sharing the expertise and the experience achieved by several scientific teams in the world, thus facilitating the advancement in the field and avoiding any duplication of activities already in action. SCAR is the best framework to create the necessary environment to assess the actual current understanding and to address the efforts to fill the gaps. The radio techniques enabled by ground and satellite-based sensors have proved to be very effective when probing the lower, middle and upper atmosphere. Several communities have used these techniques to extract the atmospheric contribution from their measurements (as in the case of geodesy). However, these communities do not sufficiently interact amongst themselves. RESOURCE takes advantage of the experience of the Expert Group GRAPE (GNSS Research and Application for Polar Environment), which has demonstrated the potentialities of the GNSS data and expertise sharing to monitor and observe the atmosphere. The proposed scientific programme RESOURCE will build upon this important legacy by enhancing interactions between the scientists who measure. This paper aims to present RESOURCE also to attract additional participants potentially interested to join the initiative.