Forest city is designed to combat air pollution

Forest city is designed to combat air pollution

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Everyone agrees that something needs to be done about pollution, and the general opinion is, the quicker the schemes are implemented the better it will be for all around the world. China – one of the largest polluters – is now implementing a range of measures to help, and has hired the Italian architect Stefano Boeri to build them a forest city in the mountain area of Guangxi in the southern part of China. Boeri shot to architectural fame in 2014 when he created Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest), the visually stunning twin residential towers in Milan.

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