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Four Million Visitors for Sebastian’s Paris Exhibit!

February 4, 2019 9:10 am

FROM POLE TO POLE – A VANISHING WORLD on the gates of the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris September 2018 to January 2019

Sebastian was awarded one of the world’s most prestigious outdoor exhibit by the French Sénat. From September 15, 2018 to January 13, 2019, an estimated four million people visited the exhibit on the Gates of the Luxembourg gardens in Paris. 82 large panels displayed Sebastian’s polar images with an urgent message of warning: from the North Pole to Greenland and Antarctica, the ice is melting at accelerated rates, and will be re-drawing the maps of our world within this century. The exhibit was officially launched at the Sénat on September 19, 2018 among many politicians and 33 new outlets. The exhibit was supported by a robust press campaign on all the major networks and in print. You can visit the exhibit virtually on the official site here.


Sebastian receives 2018 German Bambi Award

November 17, 2018 9:30 am

On November 16 in Berlin, Sebastian received one of Germany most iconic award: the Bambi is the German equivalent to the America Oscar except for the variety of recipients, and the second largest live viewership globally. Sebastian was chosen in the “Our Earth” category, following in the illustrious steps of Jane Goodall and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Broadcast to an audience of 10+ Million live viewers, Sebastian delivered a searing seven minutes speech (interrupted by standing ovations) denouncing the general apathy regarding the alarming breakdown of the Earth’s ecosystems. You can hear the speech here.


Sebastian Named One of the World’s 25 Most Adventurous Men

April 29, 2017 4:47 am


In its April 2017 issue, Men’s Journal named Sebastian one of the World’s 25 Most Adventurous Men of the last 25 years. It is an incredible honor considering some of the other names on that list. On a personal note, however, Sebastian says: “I am humbled by this inclusion. I feels strongly that there are names whose omission is notable, and should have been included even ahead of my own. In Polar exploration, for instance, it is hard to think of someone more deserving than Børge Ousland, one of my personal heroes. Still, it is nice to be included and always appreciated when the trips, successful or not, get the nod. So thanks a bunch, Men’s Journal, this pushes me to do better!”

World’s 25 Most Addventurous Men of the Last 25 Years