Share and Inform
Learn from our encounters and share our experiences
Along the route of the Atlantea expedition, we will have the opportunity to meet many people. These coastal populations are the first to be impacted by climate change and ocean pollution from all over the world.
During our stopovers we will go in search of their testimony, we will encourage local initiatives that share our values, we will exchange our respective knowledge and we will create the link with Switzerland and France.
During the stopovers, we will encourage initiatives on low-tech, low-cost science or the preservation of the Ocean by participating in local actions or by organizing meetings and workshops with local structures.
We will seek out the testimonies of experts in the field to better understand their reality and give them a voice in Switzerland and in France through our communication channels.
In contact with schools and universities, we will organize workshops in collaboration with local professors.
A strong link with French and Swiss schools
We are in partnership with Swiss and French schools whose classes will be able to follow our trip, our discoveries and ask us their questions by email. The awareness of the youngest generations is particularly important to us and we aim to transmit our passion for the Ocean, its understanding and its preservation through a concrete and telling example of which they will have already met the protagonists.
- Swiss School of Vivalys
- Swiss School of Bethusy
- French School of Sud Goëlo
- French School of Lantic
- French school of Domblans
We have also joined the Marine Sciences at School project initiated by Le Temps des Sciences and Guillaume Le Guen, which aims to introduce oceanography and the scientific approach to several classes of 9-year-olds. Pupils analyze and exploit ocean data from four expeditions, including our own! A privileged contact is planned between the crew and these youngsters through written and video exchanges.
Label Wings of the Ocean
The Atlantea crew has been awarded the Wings of the Ocean label. This means that they are involved in promoting pollution control in the maritime environment and highlighting the eco-responsible commitment of sailors. He leads litter picks on behalf of Wings of the Ocean.
At the end of a clean-up, he counts and sorts the waste on their online platform to help monitor coastal waste and raise awareness of pollution, then takes the waste to dedicated sorting centers.
From your home
During our trip, you can follow our adventures on our social networks! We will share educational content, testimonials and more artistic content. Of course, we will also answer your questions, the dialogue is always open (through our network!). To not miss anything, follow us now!
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