South Bay News
"Organograph" wins San Jose climate clock contest
A climate clock could someday become a landmark in downtown San Jose.
The 8-story tall, solar-powered, kinetic sculpture won San Jose's contest for a climate clock. The Organograph will show the complex mechanisms that govern the Earth's carbon cycle.
It will cost between $15 million and $20 million to build the Organograph. The city hopes private donors will pay for it.
You can see the Organograph climate clock in action here.
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