Can Floating Cities save us from Rising Sea Levels?

From Belinda Carr.

What if we could reimagine urban living to not only coexist with water but thrive upon it? What if we could build a self-sustaining city that handles its own waste, materials, energy, food and water. This is Oceanix, a floating metropolis in South Korea. This ambitious $600 million project is scheduled to be built between 2025 and 2028. It could eventually house 100,000 people.

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0:00 Introduction
1:05 Oceanix
2:00 Biorock Seacrete
3:45 Systems
5:08 Reality check
6:17 Advantages
9:05 Sponsor
9:45 Disadvantages
10:22 Conclusion

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