Architect Builds 'Vertical Forests,' Third Coast Festival Goes Global and A Right To Be Free
On today's show:
- One of Italian architect Stefano Boeri's most famous projects is the “Bosco Verticale” in Milan, Italy. It's two residential towers covered with 900 trees and 20,000 plants. We speak with the architect.
- Plus, for the first time, the Third Coast International Audio Festival opened up its documentary category to foreign-language entries.
- And for our Global Activism segment, saving child slaves who were trafficked into Ghana’s fishing industry.