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Earth Day 2020: One family’s extreme way of tackling climate change – BBC World Service


“People may think that we are poor. But we are rich.” Could we save the planet if we all moved to the forest and lived off the land?

Janne Utriainen, his wife and four daughters are tackling climate change in their own way: they’ve been socially isolating long before the coronavirus pandemic, moving to a remote location in northern Lapland where they live off the land.

They fish, hunt, pick berries, keep sheep and chickens and grow some vegetables. Janne believes that climate change is caused by over-consumption. So in order to save the planet, he believes we should all consume – and waste less.

This video was filmed and produced in 2019.

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