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French Polynesia and the Seasteading Institute would use the waterborne community as a technology testbed, Business Insider reports.
The ‘bobbing forest’ is the latest example of Rotterdam’s experimentation with floating architecture, The Pop-Up City reports.
Rising sea levels and new technologies have spurred new interest in living on or under the ocean surface, the Financial Times reports.
Architects are looking for a new way to recycle the massive ships, Fast Company reports.
Bangkok, Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore are among the places exploring the viability of water-borne expansion, Deal Street Asia reports.
The “Jellyfish Barge” being designed in Italy offers an inexpensive way for crowded cities to grow crops on waterways, Fast Company reports.
A self-sufficient waterborne metropolis is being designed for China that would harness tidal energy and include factories and farms, Fast Company reports.