Mike Horn is globally acknowledged as the world’s greatest modern day explorer.From swimming the Amazon River solo and unsupported to an unmotorized circumnavigation of the globe at the equator, Mike’s list of accomplishments as a solo explorer is unparalleled.
Saturday 20th March 2021 - 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Hello, my name is Matthieu Tordeur. I am an adventurer and speaker at the French Explorers Society. I went around the world driving a 4L to promote microfinance, ran 250 km in the Sahara and a marathon in North Korea. I crossed the Atlantic Ocean by sail and Europe by bike... In 2019, I became the first Frenchman to join the South Pole alone, without assistance and in total autonomy. From Patagonia to Pakistan to Antarctica, this site collects my adventures through 90 countries.
Sunday 21st March 2021 - 10:55 AM to 11:40 AM
Brian has been hosting L'Archi'Pelle's YouTube channel for over 2 years. He is a former city dweller who shares his daily life with the aim of striving for energy and food autonomy in the countryside. He also specialized in visiting autonomous houses and edible gardens or forests. His adventures bring together a community of more than 50,000 people called the Neo-Autonomists.
Saturday 20th March 2021 - 10:00 AM to 10:45 AM
After studying geopolitics and conflict analysis, Marine specialized in international risk management.
With 8 years of experience in security and safety within large French and English NGOs (personal security, organizational security and crisis management), she has been working for 3 years as a consultant for organizations of various sizes and natures, accompanying both employees and managers, in France and abroad. His numerous missions have enabled him to acquire a deep knowledge of security issues in degraded contexts, where the psychological dimension is just as important as the technical constraints of the field. It has developed a pragmatic approach to its activity: putting in place all the necessary means to allow the smooth running of a mission.
In parallel, she founded Get ready, a structure specializing in supporting travelers (adventure profiles) in the development of their nomadic knowledge and skills (preparation, equipment, safety and health, first aid, mechanics, etc.) . Marine is also a volunteer First Aid worker at the White Cross, a trainer of trainers, a one-time instructor for outdoor events, and a log and safety focal point for international expeditions.
Saturday 20th March 2021 - 11:50 AM to 12:35 PM
Damien Lecouvey is a passionate explorer of herpetology. Visiting forgotten lands in search of poisonous snakes, he is engaged in the protection of reptiles and seeks to modify the bad image conveyed by these animals. He is also an expert in hostile environment survival.
After more than six years as a non-commissioned officer in the air force, he shared his knowledge of survival as a survival advisor for GTNCO productions for a television program. Passionate about exploring forgotten lands and poisonous snakes, he then combines his two passions and embarks on an adventure with a scientific aim. He has also carried out numerous polar expeditions or in the Amazon jungle.
Passionate about snakes and very committed to the protection of these species, Damien Lecouvey is fighting to restore a distorted image conveyed by most. He is also regularly contacted for television broadcasts by channels such as Discovery, Planète or RMC Découverte.
Edouard de BUYER
Friday 19th March 2021 - 10:00 AM to 10:45 AM
Being both an archer and an amateur blacksmith, Edouard de BUYER "naturally" has the idea of designing a knife that meets this essential function in particular. Field practice (11 prototypes were made and tested) was necessary in order to find the perfect balance between robustness (required for extraction), maneuverability, high quality of cut, all this in order to be able to use the knife during all day hunting or nature and just as much by a woman as by a man.
Friday 19th March 2021 - 4:45 PM to 5:40PM
Explorer adventurer born in 1985.
For a few years now, I have been engaged through various actions in order to raise awareness about the preservation and access to water. In this context, I regularly give conferences to all audiences to alert on the state of the waters in France and in the world.
Sunday 21th March 2021 - 2:45 PM to 3:55 PM
Patrick Baronnet is the designer and director of the Autonomous House and the "3 E house". He is also co-founder of the Coop Biosphère in Châteaubriand, professor of Yoga and professor of National Education and author of the book entitled: "From the autonomous house to the solidarity economy." The Autonomous House is a living laboratory that experiments with daily life in family for 35 years and in eco-hamlet for 6 years from free and abundant natural resources: water, air, earth and sun, for food, health, habitat, the comfort or energy Tens of thousands of visitors were inspired by this experience during 5 eco-festivals, visits and internships.This place is a concrete, personal and collective commitment that proposes new governance around Autonomy and Permaculture.
Friday 19th March 2021 - 11:50 AM to 12:40 PM
My name is Pierre Harlaut, I am 33 years old and I am the founder of this site Aquaponie.fr
At the beginning, nothing intended me to become aquaponist and permacultor.
At 25, thanks to my hard work, I managed to buy a house in the village of my childhood: Romain (51140). Despite this return to the countryside, my few mediocre tests in organic gardening, I still could not materialize or understand what was wrong until health got me back on track ...
Now it was clear, I was no longer going to live to work but rather to work to live. There was all the difference!
Friday 19th March 2021 - 10:50 AM to 11:40 AM
Specialist medic within the company MP-SEC France. Claude has finished nursing officer at the 2nd REG after having served at the 2nd REP
La Ferme Éthique
Sunday 21th March 2021 - 1:45 PM to 2:40 PM
New energy sources have never been so accessible, they can suit many types of needs, whether for autonomy or self-consumption. In the conference, we will present the advantages and disadvantages of these two modes of solar installation. We will be accompanied by one of our La Ferme Ethique ambassadors who will share his feedback on these two systems in the form of a discussion during which we will answer your questions.
Saturday 20th March 2021 - 12:45 AM to 1:30 PM
At 24, he lived alone in virtual autonomy for 7 months on a glacial plateau in the Pyrenees. This man is Jacob Karhu, a young Frenchman who has become a hermit for a while ... A carefully considered project, in agreement with the municipality: being able to occupy a shepherd's refuge in exchange for renovating it entirely. Between fleeing from an increasingly stressful world and looking for oneself, returning to a not really common stay, between resourcefulness, minimalism, decline and poetry.
Friday 19th March 2021 - 5:50 PM to 6:45 PM
Eléonore is co-director of the company Time on target, lifeguard, nurse, holder of a hiking CQP, editor for magazines like "Survival" and author (book to be published April 2019). Passionate about wildlife, she chooses to approach survival from the angle of autonomy in nature. You may have seen her in "Wild Survival Race" broadcast on M6 in spring 2018 where she mentors a novice surviving in several treks in the most hostile environments on the planet. Today it is what she shares during her international expeditions: Amazon jungle, Bolivia, Cordillera Royal, Kalahari, Botswana, Indonesia, Canada, Mongolia ... are all playgrounds where she leaves in total autonomy.
Sunday 21th March 2021 - 12:50 PM to 1:30 PM
Joël Schuermans is graduate in Paramedic Sciences. He practices as Paramedic for isolated or volatile regions for the benefit of numerous missions and expeditions. He has worked in Mali, Bosnia-Herzegovina, DR Congo, Niger, Syria, Rwanda, Somalia, Burundi, Niger, South Africa, Syria and several European countries. He is a registered health professional (Paramedic, EMT-P) with CoROM (College of Remote and Offshore Medicine) and the Malta Paramedic Register. After 12 years spent in an army commando unit, several expeditions to mountains, far-off countries, forests and deserts, isolated areas, many armed and medical missions in several theaters of operations, he now works in medical operational support for missions and expeditions to Africa and the Middle East within the company he co-founded.
Friday 19th March 2021 - 1:50PM to 2:45PM
Saturday 20th March 2021 - 11:50 AM to 12:45 PM
Francis DI-GIORGIO is a recognized expert in communications and tele-medicine for emergency and humanitarian aid services. Currently retired, but very active, he participated during his career in numerous missions (Firefighters, SAMU, NGOs, First Aid Associations) in France (attacks, major events, etc.) and in the world (disasters, conflict and war zones) which have given him experience in the logistics of crisis and survival situations which he likes to share through his articles and conferences. He has also been a journalist for SURVIVAL magazine since its creation.
Friday 19th March 2021 - 3:40 PM to 4:30 PM
Alban Cambe is currently a professor of Life and Earth Sciences, passionate about Bushcraft and natural navigation, he shares his knowledge in Survival magazine, during field trips and Survival courses.
Alban has already had the opportunity to give a lecture at the 1st edition of the Survival Expo.
'Hildegarde' Laurence Talleux
Friday 19th March 2021 - 10:50 AM to 11:40 PM
Come live a true human adventure, rediscovering wild life and autonomy, taming the air, fire, water and the nourishing earth.
With friends, colleagues, alone or with your family, escape for a few hours or several nights. We will take you on the paths or in the forest, discover wild edible plants, cook and share a meal around a campfire, learn and experience the modern and ancient techniques necessary for life in the countryside, sleep in a bivouac, an improvised shelter or under a vegetal tipi, live like Robinson, in contact with the elements, and find your true nature.
Saturday 20th March 2021 - 5:00 PM to 6:50 PM
Sunday 21st March 2021 - 11:45 AM to 12:45 AM
Pierre1911 is a man of the field. He has 10 years of experience in food and energy self-sufficiency projects. An engineer by training, an entrepreneur, he managed cross-functional IT projects for more than 20 years and traveled independently with his children (Cuba by bike, rivers by expedition kayak, trek ...) which was the foundation of his reflections on autonomy and resilience. His blog www.pierre1911.fr is a technical reference on the subject of autonomy, among other things because he is one of the only in the world to have produced a Jean PAIN 20-ton reactor. He has also supported more than 10 autonomy projects throughout France. For his third personal autonomy project, he has just set up as a 15ha farmer / experimenter in the Périgord vert where he is developing a pilot farm in animal traction. Its objective is to transmit its experiences to any person, collective or local community wishing to develop its resilience.
Sunday 21st March 2021 - 10:00 AM to 10:40 AM
In 2017, Leslie launches its association Wild Animals. The goal is to raise awareness about endemic and endangered species. It also offers simple alternatives and tips for individual change.
Sunday 21st March 2021 - 4:55 PM to 5:55 PM
This is not a scoop: we can not grow vegetables without doing anything ... so do it well! But if you do not have a vegetable garden or have been growing it for years, you know that it does not always work the way you want. It is therefore normal that you seek to learn the right techniques, the right methods ... If so, come listen to the advice of Didier Flipo
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