Could Algae-Based ‘Biocurtains’ Make Our Cities Healthier?

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In an era defined by problems caused by humans, architects Claudia Pasquero and Marco Poletto of London-based firm ecoLogicStudio think we should be looking at biological intelligence to develop solutions for our future. One of their projects, called Photo.Synth.Etica, is an urban-scale “biocurtain” that uses microalgae and the process of photosynthesis to capture carbon dioxide from polluted air.

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