Climbing Plants As Office Curtains And Edible Snacks

Climbing Plants As Office Curtains And Edible Snacks

The Kyocera Group in Japan has taken to a multipurpose green initiative.

Kat Popiel
  • 23 september 2010

Climbing plants (morning glory and goya) are the newest addition to the offices of the Kyocera Group in Japan; providing the trifecta purpose of lowering energy costs, reducing carbon dioxide emissions and providing produce to their workers.

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