Embody the words of these illustrious figures of our world around a concept of sober life for more just societies.
Show on the way through photographic reports the people who are building the world of tomorrow. With the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals as a common thread.
The fight against poverty, hunger, health, quality education, inequalities, clean water, clean energies, decent work, innovation, light transport, waste management, protection of environment, peace …
For that, a real authentic adventure, human and physical. I will have to cross the Atlantic from France to Brazil by hitchhiking. To then descend all of Brazil by bike.
José Mujica, now 86, is known as the most modest president in the world. During his tenure from 2010 to 2015, he donated 90% of his salary to charitable organizations , notably housing assistance and education. And he chose to live with the average monthly salary in his country, the equivalent of 680 euros per month.
Lucía Topolansky, 76, is the first woman to become Vice-President of Uruguay in 2017.
Never stingy with colorful comments, Pepe Mujica described his wife some time ago:
“ Maybe she doesn’t have my charisma. It’s likely. But she’s a systematic woman: just like bees, or a drop of water that falls. She’s a hard worker. tireless. Not the style to make a unique historic shine, but the style to lift the mountains. “
I want to meet them to live a simple moment of exchange, perhaps around a mate. And discuss how we will continue to put in place the solutions to improve the overall situation.
As ordinary citizens, we feel powerless in the face of the way the world is run and the way things are changing. The inevitable global warming brings many existential challenges for the survival of living beings. The united nations have set up a list of concrete objectives to be achieved which organizes all these issues. And each of us can do our part for these great changes in society. Many people are developing initiatives around all these themes. I will show their work to inspire.
It will give a common thread to the journalistic part of this challenge