Phase Three will see the construction of a large Forest BioDome which will be an International attraction and research centre.
The Forest BioDome would cover a large section of mature forest within a transparent geodesic dome. Heated through a geothermal system, the temperature of the enclosed eco system would be kept warmer than the exterior throughout the colder seasons. This would provide a valuable resource to study climate change as well as provide a four-season tourist attraction.
The specifications of the dome would be similar to the Biomes at the Eden Project in Cornwall, England. The architect of the Eden Project biomes is Sir Ralph Erskine who used a hex-tri-hex geodesic dome structure covered with a triple glazed ETFA (ethyl tetra fluoro ethylene) foil. This foil is known for being: strong, lightweight, anti-static, UV resistant, better insulation than glass, and recyclable.
The growth in Phase Three will provide opportunities for: mini hotels, conferences, festivals, shops, cafes, local artisan studios and health spas. Many of these businesses will be owned and operated by the local Indigenous Communities.
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