360 was one of the last great
firsts for global circumnavigation:
reaching antipodal points on the surface of the Earth using only
human power (no motors or sails).
Bicycles, in-line skates, kayaks,
swimming, rowing, walking and a unique pedal-powered boat were used
by Englishman Jason Lewis and an international team to travel over
45,000 miles across five continents, two oceans and one sea.
The primary aim was to champion climate friendly travel and demonstrate what is possible without burning fossil fuels. The team also delivered a series of educational programmes in partnership with UNESCO to promote environmental stewardship and world citizenship, with particular focus on remote communities and natural systems affected disproportionately by climate change and biodiversity loss.
July 1994 - 6th October 2007.