Surviving Humanity: Alberto Giuliani prepares us for life on mars

Climate change, demography, nuclear war, migrations. Following the experts opinion, in the coming decades we are going to face huge challenges. And for the first time in history, we are dealing with our survival. This extraordinary series of work by photographer, journalist and videomaker Alberto Giuliani, explores what science is doing around the world to face the future. In his journey across the globe he meets those unknown men and women carefully handling our destiny and narrates places where human beings are organising their resilience.

During his ongoing project Surviving Humanity Alberto Giuliani has already lensed the North Pole scientific base and Global Seed Vault in Arctic Svalbard, Cryopreservation centres in the USA, institutes and universities working with humanoid robotics in Japan, NASA astronauts simulating life on Mars Hi-Seas IV NASA Mission in Hawaii, edible insect farming in Netherland, biosphere to preserve forest’s biodiversity in the UK, dog cloning in Korea, Human Genomic research and China National GeneBank in China, the first Artificial Sun in Germany, and luxury bunkers for civil communities in the USA. His poignant imagery is a reminder that whilst some are doing their very best for the planet right now, some are preparing for the next.

NASA Hi-Seas IV one year simulation of life on Mars in Mauna Loa Volcano, Hawaii. The French astronaut Ciprien Verseux walks on the top of the volcano during an EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity). Six young astronauts have spent 365 days in complete isolation upon the arid lava landscape of this volcano, which perfectly recreates the Mars landscape.
Muna Kea Telescope, Hawaii. This is among the 3 of the world most powerful telescope to search for other galaxies’s life.
South Dakota, USA. “VIVOS XPoint” is the largest community bunker in the world. 572 bunkers for 5000 people are hidden in the ground. Built by Vivos Ltd, the facility construction will be ready in two years.
Arctic Svalbard. Climate Change Antenna built by the Italian CNR.
Germany, SynLight is the first artificial sun in the world. It's 10.000 times stronger than the natural one.
Eden Project biospheres, Cornwall, UK. These are the biggest biosphere in the world. Built on an old mine to demonstrate the impossible, today a huge tropical forest grows under the domes.
Sheina Gifford is among the US astronauts chosen to colonise Mars. With 8 different bachelors she will probably be the doctor of the mission.
Eden Project biospheres, Cornwall, UK. These are the biggest biosphere in the world. Built on an old mine to demonstrate the impossible, today a huge tropical forest grows under the domes.
Ny-Aalesund Scientific Base (Arctic Svalbard). The Global Geodetic and Space research Antenna points to the deepest sky. Here scientists are studying the change of the Earth's crust and its atmosphere communicating with a quasar billions of light years away and they explore other galaxies in search for other life.
Big Hisland Hawaii, 'moon ground' landscape in the volcano area, where many survival military training activities take place.
Another view of French astronaut Ciprien Verseux walking atop the volcano during an EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity).
NASA space suit at the Mauna Kea laboratory (Hawaii) for life simulation on Mars.

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