2019 – 9′ – WWF/REWILDING EUROPE
Home to some of the very last pristine ecosystems in Europe, Romania is currently at a crossroad where decisions have to be taken in the apparent conflict between economic development and nature development. The successful project of Bison reintroduction in the southern part of the country could not only change the life of locals and their relationship with nature, but set the whole country in the right direction for decades to come.
2019 – 6×5′ – WWF
Based in one of the most iconic scientific station on the planet, Emmanuel will collaborate with scientists to locate potential jaguars trails in the forest as well as with military officers to dismantle one of the jaguar natural habitat’s greatest threat: illegal gold mining activities.
2016 – 15′ – UNESCO
For almost 5 billion years, the energy stored up in our planet has sculpted, twisted and structured the earth’s crust (…) leaving behind it mysterious geological traces. The Pyrenees Monte Perdido site, radiating out over the Franco-Spanish ridge of the Pyrenees, is one of the most impressive of these marks of the passing of time. These 30,000 hectares, listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO, have always questioned man on the mystery of their birth.