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Can A Flower Help Lessen Pollution In Amsterdam?

Can A Flower Help Lessen Pollution In Amsterdam?

Researchers are experimenting with the CO2-sucking effects of a special Honeysuckle plant

Laura Yan
  • 4 august 2016

In Amsterdam, researchers are testing how well a special honeysuckle plant can work as an anti-pollutant. The AMS Institute in Amsterdam has partnered with local company MyEarth to breed a variation of the plant, called the Green Junkie, with traits (like “extra hairy and scaled leaves”) that will help improve its pollution-sucking abilities.

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