Climate Hope City: The Guardian unveils the ideal green city in Minecraft
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Lush, green rooftop gardens and multi-story farms growing fruits and vegetables for the people in the city. Hydrogen-powered boats that sail down crystal-clear rivers and canals and “strange, sail-shaped constructions that suck CO2 out of the air,”
Lush rooftop gardens and multi-story farms growing fruits and vegetables; hydrogen-powered boats sailing down crystal-clear rivers and canals; “strange, sail-shaped constructions that suck CO2 out of the air” – it’s all part of Climate Hope City, a place that lives only in the world of Minecraft. Commissioned for The Guardian by editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger and senior staff, the zero-carbon Minecraft city seeks to show that it’s possible to build a sustainable future using existing technologies.
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