To celebrate World Oceans Day, Helen Taylor speaks to seven adventure activists on why they believe outdoor adventure can change the mindset of the many, and promote a more sustainable, plastic-free future.
Neil Dent – cyclist, vegan and Mind advocate – has set out on a plant-powered cycle around the world. His mission: to prove that anxiety should never prevent us from fulfilling our dreams.
We talk with Becky Horsbrugh about her involvement in the Bangladesh SwimSafe scheme and her forthcoming 10-mile Bangla Channel swim.
Semit Lee’s 3,500 Mile Journey Down The Treacherous Yellow River, Documenting its Social and Environmental Conditions.
Meet Alex Staniforth, an adversity adventurer who was once at the foot of an insurmountable climb.
Clinton Pryor has just walked nearly 6,000 kms from Perth to Canberra across 6 states, campaigning for change over the treatment of Indigenous people in Australia.
Coinciding with 70 years of Independence from British rule, Olie Hunter Smart is currently chasing Gandhi’s shadow and walking the length of India, over 4,000km exploring and learning about the people, the country and its 400-year relationship with Britain.