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Higher yields, fresher food, smaller carbon footprint: This is the potential of vertical farming. Read more about the inspiring pioneers finding creative solutions to climate catastrophe here: About the series: Each week we’ll bring you a new video story about the people striving to restore nature and fighting climate change. In collaboration with @WWF and the team behind the Netflix documentary #OurPlanet. #ShareOurPlanet Want to raise your #VoiceForThePlanet? Life on Earth is under threat, but you can help. People around the world are raising their voice in support of urgent action. Add yours now at Video Rating: / 5 La dottoressa Elisabetta Bernardi, nella rubrica “La scienza in cucina”, spiega cosa sono le vertical farm. LA PUNTATA INTEGRALE SU RAIPLAY TUTTI I VIDEO E LE PUNTATE Related PostsDickson Despommier On Vertical FarmingVertical Gardening! The Benefits and How to Get StartedVertical FarmingTHESIS 2013 RMUTT – INNOVATION VERTICAL FARMING FOR FUTURE IN BANGKOK (HD)US city adopts eco-friendly ‘vertical farming’Vertical Farming VertiFarm

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  • The Spirit of since 1998 3 months ago

    All good and really impressive. Just a concern for power outage with a storm blocking solar resources or lack of wind. How is the electricity derived and delivered? Crops vulnerable to significant loss, if impacted since vertical farming is in a condensed environment. Of course, these concerns can be mitigated if not already done so. Again, Kudos!

  • TheBaramano 3 months ago

    Vertical farming practice could be compare to the introduction of four-field rotation! A great innovation, maybe a could be called even a revolution, that can help us saving lands, reducing the emissions of CO2 and so on.
    But I am still puzzled about the application of this technic to the cultivation of products like, wheat, corn or even fruits. Because these kinds of cultivation require a lot of space and doesn't seem realistic and especially cost-effectively to grow them in a building.

  • Daniel Burger 3 months ago

    I really like the concept. With farms like these, we can save fresh water and save space. Space which can be used to plant trees.
    You don't need to build these directly in the city, but around the city where land is a bit cheaper, use solar energie for the building and there you go.
    It will probably take a bit, until farms like these will be profitable, but current farms are also highly subsidised and would otherwise go bakrupt, so perhaps with the right amount of policies it could work.

  • Kitchen Practical 3 months ago

    thank so a lot for your web video it assists a whole lot.

  • D Man 3 months ago

    Small footprint except for all the buildings and lights. I like vertical farming because if an asteroid ever hits we could be very quickly into an ice age, so it's good to have indoor farms as well as outdoor farms, also maybe on Mars you could have a vertical farms. How about vertical farming centres for growing tree seeds and then plant them outside, that would decrease carbon. What is being vertically farmed ?

  • Χριστός ανέστη 3 months ago

    The solution of air pollution is storing exess carbon in the air and water supplies should in the soil by no-till/ cover crop method, not with this kinda crap.

  • Wilhelm Heinzerling 3 months ago

    Of course

  • D-2055de BjørnB 3 months ago

    When in near future 70% of the global population, 90% in OECD countries, live in urban areas, vertical and urban farming MUST become the solution.