Global Warming is severely and rapidly affecting the world’s environment and nature is the key to mitigate and solve our problems. Static infrastructure like break walls, drainage pipes, and other constructed solutions are costly, have large carbon footprints, and are not permanent solutions. Alternatively, nature based solutions are cheap and long term. They can increase biodiversity while absorbing excess carbon and forming sustainable infrastructure solutions. This video explores a case study of microsilia-filled concrete balls that can regrow coral reefs as a natural alternative to break walls.
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