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We left Amsterdam in June 2016. Our route is not definite yet and subject to weather conditions and sustainable solutions we want to visit. Nevertheless, we have a general plan: We have started in Scandinavia before heading to the Mediterranean. From there we plan to cross the Atlantic towards South America, and onwards across the Pacific to Oceania and Asia. Our final leg is to return to Amsterdam via Africa, Central- and North America.
On the map below (click to enlarge) you can see a our planned route (grey: optional).
Our route so far
Below is the actual route we have traveled so far. Click on the dots (places we stayed) or lines (sailing routes) to find out when we where there. Note that this is updated manually and irregularly, so it may not always show our most current location.
Potential sustainable solutions
We have identified potential sustainable solutions to visit. Below is an extract of our list of next destinations. The list evolves as we travel, make new contacts and learn about inspiring sustainable solutions that are worth highlighting. Feel free to suggest other sustainable solutions to us.
- Tirana (ALB): Pitupi – the sustainable clothing alternative (visited)
- Kalamos (GRC): Restoring ecosystems with rewilding (visited)
- Crete (GRC): Exploring olive oil (visited)
- El Hierro (ESP): (Renewable) energy-independent island (visited)
- Sal (CPV): Ecosystem restoration (visited)
- Sal (CPV): Artificial reefs (visited)
- São Vicente & Santo Antão (CPV): Recycled material use (visited)
- Brazil (BRA): The potential of food forests
- New Zealand (NZL): Whanganui – a river with rights
- Australia (AUS): Home of permaculture
- Australia (AUS): Wave energy
- China (CHN): Large-scale restoration of ecosystems
- Bonaire (BES): Sea reserves