‘Living Seawalls’ Prove Eco-Engineering’s Sea Legs are Strong

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Takeaways:

  • Living seawalls are 3D printed structures that mimic local marine habitats.
  • They can help rehabilitate the local ecosystem, improve water quality and minimize the impact of natural disasters like flooding.
  • Cities from Sydney to San Francisco have built seawalls to prevent rising waters from destroying their infrastructure.

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