Plants being used to clean Italy’s polluted canals

Recently published on MIT news is an article about Alan Berger, an associate professor of urban design and landscape architecture at MIT who has determined the best way in which to use plants to clean up the canals of the Pontine Marshes with the help of an interdisciplinary team at MIT.

Read the all about Alan Berger and the project to clean up the Pontine marshes at the
[SOURCE: MIT News – Using plants to purify canal water]

About Damian Holmes 5559 Articles
Damian Holmes is the Founder and Editor of World Landscape Architecture (WLA). He is a registered landscape architect (AILA) working in international design practice in Australia. Damian founded WLA in 2007 to provide a website for landscape architects written by landscape architects. Connect on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/damianholmes/