2016 - Ongoing
In 2050 we will be nearly 10 billion people living the earth. If the global warming trend is not reversed, in 30 years the temperature of the planet will increase by 1 to 3,6 degrees (source NASA Earth Observatory ), causing a rise in sea levels of minimum 63 cm (source UN-IPCC). In the mean time political tensions and terrorist strategies are bringing back a global war ghost.
The human being has always assumed the end of the world, but today, for the first time in the history, we seems to be in front of a real challenge that we cannot lose.
SURVIVING HUMANITY is a project documenting what science is doing to face the global challenges of the next future, and who is dealing with our survival.
SURVIVING HUMANITY is an intense two-years project, started from the scientific base of Ny-Aalesund (Arctic Region) on February 2016. Going through many different realities (such as cryopreservation, humanoids, biospheres, eugenic and luxury bunkers, etc) the project will land on Mars with the NASA astronauts, looking for a new planet to live.