SURVIVING HUMANITY explores the future of humanity. Climate change, demography, nuclear war, migration, pandemic. According to experts, we will face enormous challenges in the decades to come. For the first time, we face our survival. This work explores what science is doing in the world to face the future. SURVIVING HUMANITY meets these unknown men and women who manage our destiny and tell about the places where human beings organize their resilience. Between 2017 and 2019, SURVIVING HUMANITY toured the world: North Pole science base and Global Seed Vault (Arctic Svalbard), cryopreservation centers (United States), institutes and universities studying humanoid robotics (Japan), astronauts from NASA simulating life on the Hi-Seas IV mission to Mars (Hawaii), edible insect breeding (Netherlands), biosphere to preserve forest biodiversity (United Kingdom), dog cloning (Korea), research in human genomics and the National Gene Bank of China (China), the first artificial sun (Germany), luxury bunkers for civilian communities (United States).
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