Benjamin, also known as Tolt on social media, is a Film Director and Photographer specialized in travel-related content. He’s the creator of the Don’t go to… series which aims at breaking stereotypes all over the world. His love of nature and outdoor experiences has pushed him to radically change the way he travels and become an advocate of eco-friendly adventures on his French-speaking YouTube channel.
Circul’R is a global network of circular economy entrepreneurs. It gathers more than 500 innovators worldwide. Circul’R’s mission is to build bridges between these changemakers and companies so they co-create circular solutions for a better future. It all started by the world tour of the two Circul’R founders, Jules Coignard and Raphaël Masvigner. Back in 2015, they decided to quit their job at Airbus in Mexico to launch the first circular economy world tour: travelling 17 months in 22 countries to meet with 150 circular entrepreneurs. Today, Circul’R, as a social enterprise, is working with french and international major companies to accelerate their transition toward a circular economy.
He is a Swiss mountain runner and ski mountaineer who likes steep and technical races. He has won a number of skyraces in Europe, the US and South America. Pascal loves to discover new mountain ranges, countries and cultures.
Heidi Andersson comes from a village called Ensamheten (“Solitude”) in Lapland, Sweden. She has won the world championship in arm wrestling eleven times, she’s a forest owner, blogger, entrepreneur, and together with her husband Björn Ferry Olympic Champion in Biathlon she has the goal to become fossil-free by year 2025. “We want to strive for a sustainable lifestyle, becoming world-class planetary boundaries”, she says.
The Rewilders project is a self-powered expedition towards the environmental frontlines, moved by the urgency of supporting the ﬁght to protect the wilderness. By foot, by bike and packraft Agnes Soboń and Brais Palmás set off on a timeless quest to race against extinction.
They proudly promote a sustainable lifestyle while reducing their carbon footprint, using ecofriendly gear, recharging with the sun, consuming organic food and producing zero waste.
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Marlon Lipke, born 1984 in Lisbon, Portugal, grew up in the beautiful Algarve. Influenced by both the German and Danish culture descending from his family, as well as through the strong Portuguese values through his upbringing in Western Europe, Marlon quickly developed a strong connection to the ocean combined with deep respect towards nature. From a very young age Marlon got the chance to participate in various surfing competitions around the world and hence developed a strong international mindset and understanding for different cultures and ways of thinking. With his entrepreneurial drive, he strives to express his passion for surfing through more than just competing and began to combine his sport with sustainable business creation.
Dana and Stephane are a couple of photographers who decided to leave their regular life to travel the world in their van. Nature and wild animals lovers, they try to play a role in nature preservation by showing the beauty of wildlife and landscapes through pictures and videos.
After a year and a half traveling American roads, they are now working on their documentary about Nature and its protectors in North America: “Wild”.
Living slowly and tending to have a sustainable life, they try to reduce their footprint on earth as much as possible and share it with their community on social media and through their documentaries.
Born in Argentina and grown up in Spain. He grew up playing football and at at the age of 7 started to skateboard not soon after, with the help of his father, started surfing – he was hooked from the first wave. Starting at 11 he has been competing to this day. Now he lives in Portugal – still traveling the world, exploring new cultures and surfing! Together with Marlon Lipke, he is bringing sustainable projects to the surfing world.
Sander de Kramer travels as a journalist, television presenter, and philanthropist to many third-world countries to stand up for the poorest of the poor. In Sierra Leone alone he has built around thirty schools for orphans, the handicapped, and children without a home.
After studying management at the University of Paris Panthéon Sorbonne, Climène’s professional career has taken her to Brazil, Italy, and France. After working in banking and the cultural sector she joined Utopies, the pioneering CSR strategy consultancy, and work on the B Corp movement in France. Logically, she joined B Lab France at the beginning of 2020 shortly after its creation to continue her favorite mission: to develop the B Corp movement in France, to promote the B Economy: Business as a force for good. She lives in Bordeaux and has been a Fairphone Ambassador since 2016!
Linkedin: Climène Koechlin
B-Lab France: https://bcorporation.eu/about-b-lab/country-partner/france
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