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Good 100: Meet the Minds that are Hacking Our Surroundings for the Better
2016

Adib Dada Revives Polluted Rivers

Introducing the 2016 GOOD 100, our annual list of 100 extraordinary individuals tackling global issues in creative ways.

The Beirut River is more sludgy sewer than river, complete with rumors of a resident crocodile lurking in the muck. Adib Dada thinks he can clean it up. Using biomimicry techniques developed at theOtherDada, his architecture and design practice, Dada is attempting to rehabilitate the river and reintegrate it into Beirut’s natural ecosystem. He’s also rebuilding the city’s infrastructure around a more symbiotic relationship between nature and the built environment. The first stage, Beirut River 2.0, which addresses infrastructural decay and contamination in the most polluted neighborhoods, is currently under way.

D&AD Development Grant
2020

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