Former NBA champion Rick Fox is changing ‘how the world builds’ to fight the climate crisis
Posted Nov 8, 2022
Three years ago, a hurricane devastated the Bahamas. Today, the country is building what it claims to be the world’s first carbon-negative housing community to reduce the likelihood of future climate disasters and to ease the shortage of homes caused by the storm. Rick Fox, a former Los Angeles Lakers player, is the lynchpin of the new housing project.
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