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Live with Hearts In The Ice

Watch the great discussion I had with my friends from Hearts in the ice, Jesse from Exploring By The Seat Of Your Pants and such wonderful kids and teachers from North America! We talked about their amazing adventure in #Svalbard and of course, #glaciers, #climatechange and Climate Sentinels!

Glaciers On The Move: Episode 1

Remember the time we roamed all around Tunabreen for our project Glaciers On The Move ?

Well I've finally put together a video showing the first field campaign we did for our exhibition at the Svalbard Museum. This was in the spring of 2018, with my teammate the amazing David Wrangborg and the incredible Miriam Marquardt and Anne Elina Flink !

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EPISODE 2: the Last Tropical Glaciers of Colombia

This is episode 2 of our expedition to Colombia. This time, we are taking you to La Sierra Nevada Del Cocuy o Guican!

This was once again for our project The Last Tropical Glaciers

Going there was one crazy adventure! We got about 12H to reach the glaciers, install a time lapse from Enlaps and head back down the mountain. This place was completely out of this world, beyond beautiful!

Thank you to Jorge Luis Ceballos Lievano for the amazing time in the field and all the work that you do!

And of course big thanks to Cumbres Blancas Colombia for organising everything!

NEW VIDEO: behind the scenes of The Last Tropical Glaciers

So happy to finally release the first vlog from our Colombian expedition. This part focuses on the 5 days we spent in the Los Nevados National Park. Episode 2 is coming next week! 

Live on Instagram Tuesday 19th of May

Tomorrow, on the instagram page of our project The Last Tropical Glaciers, I will have the joy to interview Nina Adjanin, one of the most bad-ass and accomplished person I know, on her background and current work. Tune in, at 2PM EDT and 8PM CEST on instagram! The interview will be recorded and shared on facebook before the end of the week.

NEW 360° Video On The Tropical Glaciers Of Colombia

We are so happy to release the first 360° video for our project The Last Tropical Glaciers created by Nina Adjanin and her team. We are aiming to do a lot more 360 in the future, to raise the awareness on these amazing glaciers and improve climate literacy. 
Do not hesitate to send us your feedback, we are looking for ways to improve this technology!

May Newsletter!
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After a long hiatus I have just published a new newsletter! Click on the button below and have a good read!

Live With Protect Our Winters France

For the french speaking folks out there! I got the chance to speak with Leo Taillefer an amazing freerider. Last year he released a documentary called "shelter" in which pro riders like him decide to lower their carbon footprints, check it out!

INTERVIEW: SAVE THE ALPS w/ Nicolas Plain

Nicolas and I were interviewed by Sonia for Nouvelle Veg Magazine! Find the interview here:

NEW VIDEO
STUDY TRIP TO SVALBARD WITH THE PROJECT "TOMORROW IS OURS"

For the past three years I have been working closely with classes of students from La Rochelle, France, on their courses focusing on climate change. Last year I got the chance to join them on a study trip to the heart of the Arctic, the archipelago of Svalbard. I filmed a series of videos from my phone (hence the quality) and wanted to share with you what an incredible journey this had been.

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THE LAST TROPICAL GLACIERS: COLOMBIA

We are so happy to finally share with you a little trailer for our project "The Last Tropical Glaciers" with videos I filmed last November in Colombia. Here it is, do not forget to check out our website: www.thelasttropicalglaciers.com

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OPENING OF MY OFFICIAL SHOP
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This is a big first for me! I am so happy to announce the opening of a little shop on this website, on which you can order my best pictures and get them printed on beautiful canvas. For the next month or so you'll be able to find some of my pictures from the Ross sea voyage I have just done in Antarctica. If you like penguins and glaciers, go and take a look!

WHAT'S NEXT? THE LAST TROPICAL GLACIERS

I am so excited to announce that we are already planning our next expedition with my team from The Last Tropical Glaciers. We are looking at the second cluster of tropical glaciers: East Africa! This will take us quite a few weeks to materialize but we cannot wait to tell you more about it. Do check our updates on instagram and facebook!

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IL FAUT SAUVER LES ALPES / SAVE THE ALPS

Another french documentary to watch in isolation! Here's the first one of a long series, called Save the Alps it explores the solution to preserve our planet, protect our air, water and soils. 

SUR LE FRONT DES GLACIERS

I was lucky to take part in a brand new documentary for national french TV France 2 : Sur Le Front des Glaciers, presented by Hugo Clément. We spent a week in Svalbard ogether last year, I took the team to Recherchebreen which was surging at the time. The documentary is absolutely fantastic, do take a look here!

CLIMATE SENTINELS : POSTPONED TO APRIL 2021

We sincerely regret to inform you that, given the exceptional circumstances triggered by the COVID-19 virus outbreak, we are forced to postpone our 2020 Svalbard ski expedition.

The adventure however is not over, and we anticipate to reschedule our expedition in a year’s time, which is the next time-window possible for such an expedition. In the hope of your continued assistance, we aim to inspire, educate and empower even more in April 2021 !

BACK FROM ANTARCTICA !

I am back from an incredible adventure around Antarctica. We did a semi-circumnavigation of the white continent from Ushuaia to New Zealand via the Ross Sea. It was absolutely extraordinary, you can follow all my stories on my instagram account.

GLACIERS ON THE MOVE EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY IN SVALBARD! 

Our exhibition is now on display at the Svalbard Museum! The opening yesterday was a huge success and we would like to sincerely thank everyone who came!

A big thank you to the Svalbard Museum and to all of you who followed our live stream on Facebook!

Thank you to the Svalbard folkehøgskole and Alta folkehøgskole for visiting us in the morning, and for all your great questions.

The exhibition will be in place at the museum until the end of December :) Plenty of time to see it during the dark season.

A special thanks to Silvia Galli, Sophie Cordon and Yann Rashid for your help with the opening!

TERRES EXTREMES / EXTREME EARTH

On the 17th of October, two new episodes of Terres Extremes / extreme Earth will be aired on France national TV France 5! The first episode was shot last January in the UAE, and the second one was shot in July last year in Guatemala/Costa Rica!

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