Unreasonable at Sea

https://vimeo.com/40384173
http://unreasonableatsea.com/the-route/

Gabriella Levine and Cesar Harada have been selected to participate to the Unreasonable at sea for the Protei project.
Please watch the video above and you will understand why we are excited to be part of this great adventure. For several months on the sea, we will be in the company of some of the world most forward thinking entrepreneurs that will be our mentors. This is an immense honor for me and for the Protei Project and we will document this journey as well as possible to share this incredible privilege with the greatest number. You can see our dates of the travels and where we will stop on my time line.


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ARRIVE/DEPART DATE TIME
SAN DIEGO, CA, UNITED STATES
Depart January 9 17:00
HILO, HAWAII, UNITED STATES
Arrive January 15 08:00
Depart January 16 20:00
YOKOHAMA, JAPAN
Arrive January 27 08:00
Depart January 28 23:00
KOBE, JAPAN
Arrive January 30 08:00
Depart January 31 20:00
SHANGHAI, CHINA
Arrive February 3 08:00
Depart February 4 20:00
HONG KONG, CHINA
Arrive February 7 08:00
Depart February 8 20:00
HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
Arrive February 12 08:00
Depart February 18 16:00
SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE
Arrive February 20 08:00
Depart February 21 20:00
RANGOON, BURMA
Arrive February 25 08:00
Depart March 1 20:00
COCHIN, INDIA
Arrive March 6 08:00
Depart March 11 20:00
PORT LOUIS, MAURITIUS
Arrive March 18 08:00
Depart March 18 20:00
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
Arrive March 25 08:00
Depart March 30 20:00
TEMA (ACCRA), GHANA
Arrive April 6 08:00
Depart April 10 20:00
CASABLANCA, MOROCCO
Arrive April 18 08:00
Depart April 21 20:00
BARCELONA, SPAIN
Arrive April 25 08:00

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  1. On the journey, I would really love to meet Ma in China :
    http://www.goldmanprize.org/recipient/ma-jun

  2. This is wicked cool! And thanks for the link below.

    As to Ma Jun, he’s been completely sidelined from policy making (see Jonathan Watts, who I assume you already know as Asia environmental correspondent for our Manchester Guardian, in the unfortunately titled but extensive and excellent book “When a Billion Chinese Jump,” 2010). It seems all real visionaries are all on the margins in the PRC, which is a pity because massive state fiduciary/educational resources (not everyone is in austerity mode!) could be doing much more amazing and/or necessary global and regional work.

  3. my mistake in previous comment, Ma Jun [ 马军] continues full-bore with his NGO work (still fraught territory with the feizhengfu zuzhi); it is the slightly older Pan Yue [潘岳] who has lost his singular position of influence within PRC bureaucracy. interestingly, both have backgrounds in journalism and thus the state.

    pivoting on environmental policy, the man to watch now in China would appear to be the (enigmatic, they are all enigmatic, that is the whole point of their being) incoming premier Li Keqiang. one would think and hope a bunch of engineers would be better at not spoiling the entirety of China’s great land mass, rivers, and seas!

    would be great to meet him Mr. Ma Jun, hope you can do so!
    http://www.fastcompany.com/most-creative-people/2012/ma-jun

  4. that’s really interesting. I just read a couple of reviews of “when a billion chinese jump”, controversial as it should be I suppose. It is a shame that I will be stopping so briefly in each of these regions… My hope is to establish a first contact to come back later. I am trying to meet interesting people, especially environmental activists / scientists in each port we are docking, a real challenge, but so exciting. If you have suggestions of other people I should meet on the way, please let me know.

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