For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=65841 In Singapore, the challenge of feeding a growing population is pushing the concept of urban farming to new heights. A super-efficient vertical farming system is producing greens for 5 million residents. “Can we supply enough food for everyone on the planet?” is a question plaguing leaders around the world. In Singapore SkyGreen offers one example of how this might be possible, “not just technically, but economically”. By increasing their food security while reducing the impact of food production on global climate change, SkyGreen is 10 times more productive per square foot than conventional farming. Centre for Investigative Reporting Related PostsGreen Revolution Series: Green RoofsCombining agricultural, forestry, and climate change agendas in Europe – Christian DuprazSingapore LimSan : A Simple & Easy Window Vertical Farm – Part 1 SETUPFarming our future — The urban agriculture revolution | David Gingera | TEDxManitobaPanasonic Factory Solution Asia Pacific’s First Indoor Vegetable Farm in SingaporeCan vertical farming become meaningful component to agricultural econ. | Milan Kluko | TEDxMuskegon
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