The Carbon Hooch-project began when Moilanen met a group of people whose agenda was to make a batch of hooch (strong, self-made alcohol) with the world’s largest carbon footprint by collecting individually packaged sugar packs from around the world. The people involved in the project wish to remain anonymous.
The work brings the historical context of alcohol and sugar to the present day, on the eve of a climate catastrophe. Sugar packs have been collected from Thailand, Italy, Indonesia, Vietnam, Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Croatia, Germany, Russia, the Netherlands, The US, and Norway. It examines Finnish indifference to the world around it, focuses on alcoholism and the destruction of the environment.