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Sunqiao Urban Agricultural District in Shanghai will include new public plazas, parks, housing, stores, restaurants, greenhouses, and a science museum. The 250 acre district will sustainably grow produce, and provide space for individuals to work, shop, farm and live. I do not own the the content in this video. Subscribe for more videos! Related PostsVertical Farming in Kakaako – Kerry KakazuUS city adopts eco-friendly ‘vertical farming’Vertical FarmingVertical Farming VertiFarmDickson Despommier On Vertical FarmingTHESIS 2013 RMUTT – INNOVATION VERTICAL FARMING FOR FUTURE IN BANGKOK (HD)

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  • Skyscrapers & MegaProjects 8 months ago

    Do you think more cities should embrace urban farms?

  • Art Curious 8 months ago

    If they can combine fish farms with vertical farming it could help alleviate the pressure to over fish the oceans.

  • Emanuel Ehrlin 8 months ago

    I would like to listen to a voice instead of reading.

  • Octavius 500 8 months ago

    Only china has the moneys and resources to make this come true!

  • Jiro Conwi 8 months ago

    Could be a vertical farm and a park at the same time. Efficient concept

  • onnap 8 months ago

    That’s impressive

  • Could you do a video about the Netherlands? I know it sounds boring but my country is very special as half of it is below sea level. We often have the discussion that our airport (in Amsterdam) should expand to the North Sea. Some people also want to make a whole new piece of land also in the sea. I would like to know about some future projects here in the Netherlands. Or some new skyscrapers in Amsterdam or something.

  • Frank Sang 8 months ago

    China's healthy life expectancy has already surpassed the United States so I would say… Yeah this is some good stuff.

  • enrigue8 8 months ago

    Wow beautiful concept.

  • Skyscrapers & MegaProjects 8 months ago

    China is investing heavily in sustainable projects and renewable energies