Interstellar Lab announced today that it will build a network of biomes in the Mojave Desert designed to further research about how humans could live on Mars while also applying those lessons to creating more sustainable communities on Earth.
The terrestrial village will be called Experimental BIOregenerative Station, or EBios. Paris-based describes this project as “closed-loop villages with regenerative life support technologies.” Systems such as water treatment, waste management, and food production will be designed from the ground up to optimize life in austere environments.
While aspiring to prepare people for life on another planet, the intent is also to begin adapting to the climate change crisis and the radical limitations that could eventually impose.
“There is a strong link between space exploration and the