SUSTAINABILITY - INNOVATION - ADVENTURE
Our world depends on energy and transportation while at the same time we face significant sustainability challenges in both areas. Finding solutions to these challenges requires an increased level of innovation, public awareness, and support of the potential that new technologies create.
Erik Lindbergh, grandson of aviation pioneers Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, has already been a part of changing the world’s perceptions of spaceflight and electric aviation, resulting in the creation of two new industries. Erik and his team at Powering Imagination are now continuing this journey with a series of adventures, events, and media projects designed to challenge the world’s perceptions of what is possible, and inspire new innovations and action that will make aviation, transportation, and energy more sustainable.
Working with innovators in electric flight, bio fuels, and noise reduction; Powering Imagination is influencing the future direction of aviation. These amazing advances being made with new flight technologies are also a powerful symbol of the new possibilities to make all forms of transportation and energy usage more sustainable.
Our plans will reach people around the world, with journeys that span North America, Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa; that will inspire and change perceptions of what is possible.
Powering Imagination has planned a portfolio of projects that includes: global journeys, regional events, TV documentaries, and web content that showcases the innovators who are transforming aviation with new approaches that challenge a century of conventional wisdom.
Just as Charles Lindbergh’s historic flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927 inspired dramatic changes that brought the world closer together, the next wave of new energy and transportation innovations will have a profound impact on the future of our planet.
Please join us at Powering Imagination as we inspire change and broadcast the stories of the pioneers of the next generation of flight, transportation, and energy.”