Countrymen call him “Brazilian Robibson Crusoe”. 70-years-old Fernando-Eduardo Li lives and works on a small island near the Atlantic coast of Brazil, where he moved 33 years ago. The scientist transformed the island: planted the palm grove, laid out a garden, build a pool for exotic fishes. There is no source of a potable water on the island, but Li hollowed out a reservoir in a big piece og rock to collect storm water and even installed a water distiller. He uses wind-powered supply for his house.