A 2,000 km trek around Brittany, from Mont-Saint Michel to Saint-Malo, following the Customs Path (GR34), then through the Brocéliande Forest, such is the challenge that Julien Moreau is taking up from 17 April to 24 June. This young Breton of 27 years old, graduated from Programme Grande Ecole EM Normandie in 2015.
During each of his 35 stages, he will stop over in an educational institution to give a lecture and invite new generations to engage in environment protection as eco-citizens. This BZH Tour challenge was elected « Coup de Cœur 2016 » by the Nicolas Hulot Foundation and aims at collecting € 10,000 for the Nature Revolution NGO.
As a fan of endurance sports, nature, and human relations, Julien is no beginner. Last November, he took part in the double marathon in La Rochelle to raise funds for a primary school teacher in the Makay mountain ridge in Madagascar. In 2013, he took part in the building of school in India, and achieved a solo climbing of the Stock Kangri. With « Adventure for Ju », he is now fully committed to adventure sports projects to raise funds for environmental protection organisations.
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