A group in Germany has come up with a novel way to provide emergency shelter to people experiencing homelessness in their city. A six-person team in Ulm has designed wood and steel “pods” that are relatively cheap to build, waterproof and windproof, the BBC reported. The shelters, called Ulmer Nests, are in their second year of trials. The team conceived of the idea in 2018 and tested out its first pods last winter. They’re designed
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