Future of the Environment

This futuristic building is helping tackle air pollution - thanks to 23,000 plants

The Tao Zhu Yin Yuan Tower in Taiwan has been uniquely designed to absorb 130 tons of carbon dioxide per year. Image: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Leanna Garfield

Reporter, Tech Insider

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