Expedition One Planet

All on the same planet

Give hope and inspire action.

Climate change is coming. It’s already severely affecting many countries in the world, in particular southern countries. Some of them may become unlivable places by the end of the century.

However, some optimists launch innovative and inspiring projects, that attempts to mitigate the consequences of climate change.

To get the financial aids they need, they first need their notoriety to rise,
especially among Western countries. They need to be brought to light.
That’s our mission.

Our method in 3 steps:

Go there

We go to meet communities which area may become unlivable by the end of the century. We document the changes they are already witnessing.

Interview and document

We produce interviews and documentaries about these inspiring projects, that are launched and operated locally, and which would benefit from enhanced notoriety.


We’ll publish these documentaries and give them the maximum notoriety we can.

In July 2023, a photo-report book will be published.

Would you like to pre-order it?

Isn’t it a bit unrealistic?

Of course we won’t change the world with this simple expedition.

BUT very few people know what the IPCC yet documented:

billions of people live in areas that will become unlivable in the next decades. These people will probably become climate refugees. They will seek for milder areas.

Yet the responsability of Western countries has been proved (the richest 10% have emitted 50% of the greenhouse gases, the poorest 50% have emitted less than 10%),

we therefore have a moral duty to help them.

And the first thing to do seems to get informed about the subject.

This map represents areas that will, by the end of the century*, become unlivable because they will be both too hot and too wet at the same time. When this occurs, the human body can’t sweat anymore : anyone that stays outside will surely die of hyperthermia in a few hours.

*according to hypothesis RCP8.5 of the IPCC report, which means "Business As Usual". If humanity takes immediate action to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, consequences could be mitigated, but the hereby red territories will still be deadly areas more than 4 months per year.

We decided to go meet the populations circled in blue.

If you know inspiring projects in these areas, please contact us! We strive to go meet them!

Source of the map :  Camilo Mora, Global Risk of Deadly Heat, Nature Climate Change, 2017.