During 45+ expeditions in 150+ countries explorer Johan Ernst Nilson has seen animals disappear in front of his eyes. Extinction of species is one of our major problems here on Earth, and in this feature film, we follow Johan Ernst Nilson on his 7-day walk through the Serengeti to raise awareness and funds to stop the illegal poaching of African wildlife.
Johan Ernst Nilson is from Sweden and has been traveling around the world for much of his life. He is one of today’s most celebrated travelers and adventures. Johan sees himself as an “environmental explorer” however. Johan has constantly been attracting public attention to climate change and its consequences through his consistent philanthropic endeavors. He gives talks and lectures on environmental awareness and the state of the world as well as on motivation, inspiration and peak performance.
Johan has been a global adventurer for more than 20 years and travelled 170 countries. He is a Guinness world record holder. He has embarked on a journey from the North Pole to the South Pole, has already climbed the Seven Summits, has flown a boat across Europe, cycled from Sweden to the Sahara Desert, and so much more.
Visit his website http://www.johanernst.com/