Green vertical walls save energy

Hebrew University scientists have found that “Vertical green-living walls” (VGWs) – plants growing vertically on a wall – can save up to 20% of the energy used for air circulation in closed offices and spaces. They reduce carbon dioxide levels and cool the air around the green wall.

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