One section of a pre-1970s building, which was covered with a living wall, lost over 30 percent less heat than an adjacent non-covered section

Along with benefits such as air purification and noise reduction, "living walls" are also claimed to help regulate the temperature within new buildings which they're built into. A recent study now indicates that they have the same effect when added to much older, existing structures.

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