This Proposed City Could Be The First To Run On Algae
A winning design for a new sovereign city-state is completely car-free and carbon-neutral
This micro-state could be the world’s first that runs on genetically-modified algae. Liberland, a sovereign nation established only April of last year, held a competition for design ideas that would allow its measly 7 square kilometers (or 2.7 square miles) to be turned into a megacity.
Now Track More Ideas
- Retail Innovation Week Preview: Previous eBay Exec On How Stores Can Elevate The CX With Beautiful And Intuitive Digital Integrations
- PSFK Retail Conference Preview: How Pinterest Is Helping Retailers Design Seamless Discovery-To-Purchase Journeys, Online And Off
- Interview: How A Virtual Design Platform Helps Retailers Create Human-Focused Store Experiences
- Lowe’s Shares Transactional Data With Pinterest To Enable Tailored Content