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Forest in the City / Urban heat island effect

Forest in the City

Forests can improve climate change, but how can we expand forests on limited land? Can forests develop vertically like humans? Can it also exist in the city? What can we do in the city to bring us closer to nature and improve the urban heat island effect?
This concept is derived from the Chinese word "森," which means forest. It is formed by stacking wood, which means that many trees can be a forest. To be entirely decomposed by organisms, the urban green space is used to regenerate tree species and turn them into forests. If a fire occurs nearby, the entire installation can be transplanted to restore natural ecology.

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Chaoyang University of Technology

Chaoyang University of Technology
Taichung City, Taiwan

Fan-Sian, Jhang,
Chaoyang University of Technology