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Born into a dynasty of explorers and scientists who have conquered the heights and depths of our planet, Bertrand Piccard made the first ever non-stop round-the-world balloon flight. As a psychiatrist, aeronaut and lecturer, chairman of the Winds of Hope charitable foundation, and a United Nations Environmental Program Goodwill Ambassador, he combines science and adventure in order to tackle some of the great challenges of our times. By initiating the Solar Impulse project and aiming to fly round the world in a solar airplane, he is seeking to promote technologies that help conserve our planet’s natural resources.
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Solar Impulse:
a meaningful adventure

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Inflight conversation with Ban Ki-moon

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Vision, pioneering spirit
and creativity

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22/05 - 2016

The Wright Brothers plane in my hand

The Wright Brothers plane in my hand, our solar plane behind me, and the moon what a magical landing!   - read more


20/05 - 2016

Excited about clean technologies?

It so happens that we landed in Tulsa, Oklahoma last week, which used to be known as the “oil capital of the world”. So I thought it would be interesting to visit the Phillips Petroleum Company (now know... - read more


13/05 - 2016

A magical flight

A magical flight. I had the impression everything came into place to allow Si2 and I to fulfill it   - read more

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21/05 - 2016

Good flight to Dayton Andre Borschberg!

Watching Solar Impulse silently lift off is beautiful. Science fiction in reality! Good flight to Dayton Andre Borschberg! - read more


18/05 - 2016

UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn

Bertrand Piccard, Solar Impulse CEO and UNEP Goodwill Ambassador, will deliver a video address from a stop on the Solar Impulse’s round-the-world, solar-powered flight at the UN Climate Change Conference... - read more


03/05 - 2016

André Borschberg initiated the Crossing of the United States

The warm Arizona air welcomed André Borschberg to Phoenix Goodyear Airport at 3:55AM UTC, 5:55AM CET on May 3rd, and 8:55PM MST on May 2nd. After spending a few hours cruising at 22,000 feet in cold temperatures,... - read more