Futuristic cities must solve the problem of rising sea levels
Floating city in South Korea. Photo: oceanixcity.com
In response to the threat posed by rising sea levels, South Korea unveiled the world’s first sustainable floating city prototype.
The floating city is reported to have six integrated systems: wasteless and circular systems, recirculating water supply systems, food, zero clean energy, innovative mobility, and coastal habitat regeneration.
These interconnected systems will generate 100 percent of the energy needed to operate on site using floating photovoltaic and rooftop panels.
Each district will purify and replenish its own water, reduce and recycle resources, and provide innovative urban agriculture.
OCEANIX Busan is the world’s first sustainable and sustainable floating community prototype. The interconnected quarters are spread over an area of 6.3 hectares and can accommodate up to 12,000 people on three platforms, while expanding to 20 platforms, writes interestingengineering.com.
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