“We want to connect people and organizations to set steps for a cleaner world. Because alone we may go fast, but together we can go far. Clean2Antarctica is an innovation experiment, with the shared expertise of enthusiastic partners.”
What is on the menu in the Solar Voyager?
At home in Zaandam, Liesbeth loved to cook. There, the potatoes with vegetables are put on the stove. In the Solar Voyager this is slightly different. Only hot water is needed for the freeze-dried food by travellunch. Nice and easy!
In addition to the freeze-dried food, there is of course a place for a travellunch-dessert. Cookies and pudding are also on the menu. travellunch-Muesli will be served for breakfast. And they must drink 1.5 liters of milk per day. Hence, there is more than 200 kg of food in the Solar Voyager.
The food is stored in one of the Solar Voyager trailers. Forty packages (one for each day) have been made. It is packed per day so that they know for sure that they get the right amount of calories and that you only have to go out once every 24 hours for your food.
The Solar Voyager – Plastic Waste & Solar Power
A vehicle built from plastic waste, powered by the sun. This is an experiment with clean technology and a model for collaboration.