Mission 100 – the Journey over the World

Second Step: Mission 100 goes Black Sea

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Mission 100 goes Black Sea

Mission 100 – Baltoscandia has been started!

Have a look to the website!

http://mgmedien.bplaced.net/language/de/mission-100-baltoscandia-2016/

 

Short break in the Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

From August 2016 until December 2019, “Mission 100 – the Journey over the world” will go to the most beautiful, the most non-touched and wildest areas on earth. “Mission 100” is an ambitious project with four cars, that will go around the world mostly on non-paved roads. And they will cross each form of landscape that you can find on earth, and surely some of the most beautiful areas too.

The participants of the expedition will see the northern light in the North of Europe and the Russian Tundra in Siberia. They will cross the Bering Strait by their own and without ships. They will drive from the North-East-Coast of Alaska off-road to Fairbanks and later on to Montreal, back to the Pacific Ocean down South to Mexico and the Tampon del Darien.

They will travel on the West of the Transamazonica from Peru till Porto Velho and they will cross the Andes Mountains and the Atacama Desert before they will reach the cold rain forest in Pumalin and Tiera Fuega, the land of fire.

America will be left by ship at the southernmost harbour of the continent to join Australia, South-East Asia, China and India. Down South of India will be the point to ship the cars to Tanzania, from where the trip will go to South Africa and back North of Africa to join Europe again.

Mission 100″ will produce documentaries for the television, reports for radio stations and articles for print-medias.

On this website you will find commentaries about the journey, streaming pictures of the most spectacular events on the tour and an interactive map, where you will find all information that might be useful. In our Blog You can join the members of the expedition on their trip, You can discuss and argue with them. Users of our community will be a part of the expedition, far but nearly always present by this website.

For some of the areas the expedition will cross, it might be the first and the last time that they will be documented.

Please get further information too on our lithuanian website:

http://www.misijalietuva100.lt/

 

8 thoughts on “Mission 100 – the Journey over the World”

  1. Hello,

    I am Deutsche Welle’s Environment Team Leader. I was made aware of this project, and have some questions, including about possible collaboration (German/English). Can someone please contact me? I can be reached via email or telephone: +49 228 429 4177.

    Kind regards,

    Sonya Angelica Diehn
    Environment Team Leader / Teamchefin Umwelt
    Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft
    Business/Science

    Deutsche Welle (DW)
    Kurt-Schumacher-Str. 3
    53113 Bonn
    Germany

    T +49.228.429-4177
    sonya-angelica.diehn@dw.de
    http://www.dw.de

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