Berlin has a reputation as a hub of creativity. That's great for its image and a significant economic factor. But even if the creative industry as a whole is thriving, many creatives struggle to live from their art.
German forests are under threat from a range of factors, including extreme weather. 10 percent of the country's woodland is parched. Reforestation schemes are helping to restore and diversify dying forests.
As climate protestors take to the streets all over the globe, reporter Olaf Krieger has decided he can no longer sit by and watch. He's started planting trees, and also went to see teen activist Greta Thunberg leading a demonstration in Berlin.
As a building material, timber has a lot going for it. Wooden skyscrapers are shooting up all over the world, including in Germany. MADE visits a timber tower project underway in Berlin and Leipzig.
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