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The coronavirus crisis has disrupted global food supply chains, leading to shortages in some countries. The World Bank warns 130 million people could be at risk of starvation. But an increasingly popular urban farming system could provide a solution. Al Jazeera’s Paul Rhys reports from Sweden’s capital Stockholm. – Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe – Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish – Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera – Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/ #Sweden #UrbanFarming #VerticalFarms Related PostsCan Vertical Farming Solve Asia’s Food Crisis?Could indoor farming help address food shortages?Farmer Suicides and the Global food crisis: A Story not told | Devinder Sharma | TEDxRGNULIngredion Stock Analysis – Food Stock to Buy7 Essential Tips When Planning Your 2021 Vegetable Garden | Plan For Year-Round Food AbundanceUrban farming: Creating tomorrow's food | Sriram Gopal | TEDxNITKSurathkal

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18 Comments

  • Heidi Scott 2 months ago

    Fruitstrip

  • Heidi Scott 2 months ago

    Fruitstrip

  • Cave Treasures 2 months ago

    only perpendicular…

  • Nazhif Afieq 2 months ago

    Apologize to malaysia

  • karnafully ctg 2 months ago

    AI Involved !!!!
    Are we depended on hands of robot??

  • arman amin 2 months ago

    BIAS CHANNEL

  • Muhamad Firdaus 2 months ago

    Dislike all video. They spread false news

  • Nkanyiso Africa 2 months ago

    Zimbabwe needs sanctions to be removed as to stop starvation. The farms are there it's the sanctions that are killing it's people

  • Max G 2 months ago

    Sweden has 10mln people. Just how innovative are they?

  • Feeqsays 2 months ago

    Please get your facts right about Malaysia. Don't be rubbish journalist. Where is your integrity? Learn to be professional journalist please. Stop spreading fake news about Malaysia. Booooooo

  • ashtweth 2 months ago

    Real vertical farms can run off biogas [FREE POWER] and have chickens and other livestock in them BTW. A salad tower is not a true vertical farm. But A good start. IF you go reserch how many of these towers are needed to feed cities you will be surprised from what the DATA shows, not many are needed, BUT WHY DONT THEY TEACH THIS AT UNIVERSITIES.

  • AntonioR Software 2 months ago

    There are more overweight people in the world than people who are starving, not to mention all the food that gets thrown away because of false expiration dates.

  • gambit 2 months ago

    Too bad America is too political and corrupt to do these types of things.

  • Fake news on Malaysia.. apologise now!

  • ada apaan sih org malaysia pda ngamuk ?? Kepo gw njiirr

  • Hanie Madu540 2 months ago

    Al dajjaleraaaaaaaa like a dog

  • Alfirus Ahmad 2 months ago

    No… The big question is, can fake news solve Al Jazeera stupidity?

  • L Y C H E E 2 months ago

    Boikot,dislike and report all post