Recipients of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) and Land Rover 2010 ‘Go Beyond’ Bursary recently departed the UK in a Land Rover Defender 110 to document the lives of hundreds of people who live along some of the world’s most dangerous fault lines.

The British explorers who form the expedition group Fault Line Living, will be travelling 15,000 miles from Iceland to Iran over a 12-week period to gain a detailed understanding of the issues faced by communities living on fault lines.

Serena Davies, Tamsin Davies and Adam Whitaker were given a Land Rover Defender 110 and funding of £10,000 at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) in London, after which the team left Harwich.

Starting in Iceland the team will experience up to 78 earthquakes a day, after which they will travel to Italy, Greece, Turkey and finally Iran.

Visit www.faultlineliving.com to keep up to date with the Fault Line Living team.


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