Adrien Grenier goes into space in a balloon

Adrien Grenier’s new concert is a role that his Surroundings counterpart Vincent Chase would be proud, perhaps. I don’t know, it’s been a long time since I looked Surroundings and I remember absolutely nothing of Vincent Chase’s personality or interests. But he played Aquaman, so maybe Vincent Chase cares about the environment. Anyway, I hope you’re seated because this is huge: Surroundings the star Adrien Grenier is go to space . . . in a balloon.

The startup World Vision is developing a space balloon, a capsule that will send tourists to almost but not nearly space, slated for launch in 2024. The World View capsules are designed to be lifted by a zero-pressure stratospheric balloon, rising to 30,000 meters above, giving passengers a view of the curvature of the Earth, aka the thin blue line of the atmosphere and the darkness of outer space. World View, which will offer travel in its capsules for a low $50,000 per seat, named Grenier its chief Earth defender, according to Robb report.

“If that’s not the coolest headline ever, I don’t know what is,” said Grenier, the UN’s environment ambassador. Robb report. “I’m excited about the mission to inspire shifts in perception, shifts in people, so that everyone can participate in a radically improved future,” continued Grenier, who can enjoy a ride as part of the concert. “By enabling people to have these profound cognitive shifts in their perception, we can activate together to build that future.”

The role of Chief Earth Advocate which is “largely undefined” according to Grenier, is a lot like environmental advocacy and space tourism by convincing the wealthy to take a $50,000 trip to almost space. “I’m on the list, which is the perfect sequel to reminding people that they can reserve their spot online, and if they use my name, they get 20% off the reservation fee,” said Attic. Getting on the list will cost a very reasonable $500, by the way.