China Is Set to Build a Smog-Eating 'Forest City' Filled With Tree-Covered Skyscrapers

Around the world, China is infamous for its smog. Now, an innovative plan in the city of Nanjing may be paving the way for a change in the smog department. As reported by Science Alert, an Italian design firm plans to erect two skyscrapers with a total of 1,100 trees and 2,500 cascading shrubs on their rooftops and balconies, with the hopes of helping to reduce smog in that city. This news is heartening, especially since the World Health Organization (WHO) says that a mere 12 percent of...

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