The Italian designers fighting climate change and over-consumption


On an unusually cold day in May, Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin are trampling across a large, man-made clearing in the forests of southern Finland, near the Baltic city of Turku. This stark landscape is the result of clear-cutting: swathes of woodland sliced down for timber production, decimating the habitats of the flora and fauna…

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