The groups will travel most of the coastlines of the Europe continent, including, where possible, large lakes and important rivers
The first group to set off were those participating on foot. From the beginning of March, they have been ascending the Danube. Having set out from Sulina, in the river delta’s Biosphere Reserve, they will find themselves facing an itinerary that will see them cross endless plains, cities and suburbs. Once they have passed Belgrade, in June they will reach Zurich, after having said goodbye to the river in Donaueshingen, where it has its source.
On the 1st of April the two 4×4 Subaru Outbacks set off. The teams have the task of travelling the entire perimeter of continental Europe, Great Britain and Ireland, with a detour into the European part of Russia on the trail of Don and Volga and into Turkey. All this in “7” months, with their return expected to be in late October. This route will be the focus of most of the documentary work, with mapping of the European coasts by images and interviews with the population living along the coastlines. A huge and fascinating task, which will serve to capture the current state of health of our seas. The documentary project, with biologist Dario Nardi, will be linked to this itinerary.