Number 8 – Paul Salopek
Paul Salopek’s 21,000-mile odyssey is a decade-long experiment in slow journalism. Moving at the beat of his footsteps, Paul is walking the pathways of the first humans who migrated out of Africa in the Stone Age and made the Earth ours. Along the way, he is covering the major stories of our time—from climate change to technological innovation, from mass migration to cultural survival—by giving voice to the people who inhabit them every day.
It’s easy to throw around the word epic these days but walking from East Africa to the tip of Argentina really takes the biscuit. If you’re looking for devotion then it’s hard to argue that there is anyone more devoted to exploring the human condition and its impact on the planet than Paul Salopek. He journey is even more critical in divided and polarised times as he seeks the connective threads that bind humans together.
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