LONG-ACTING THERAPY is an experimental landscape architecture intervention system, that is designed to respond to the widespread epidemic of mosquito-borne diseases (MBDs). Mosquitoes, as viral vectors, spread dozens of pathogens, and more than half of the world’s population is under the threat of mosquito-borne diseases (WHO, 2019). Sustained mosquito control efforts are important to prevent outbreaks of these diseases. However, in recent decades, the environmental changes brought by rapid urbanization and globalization are expanding mosquito habitats than ever before. The flexibility of this project makes it highly possible to be practiced against MBDs across a wide area.
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