Record nummer 2002521
Titel artikel A closer look at vertical farming as a strategy for sustainable development
Auteur(s) Fälth, E.
Tijdschrifttitel Topos : periodiek over landschapsarchitectuur, ruimtelijke planning en sociaal-ruimtelijke analyse
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 22(2012)2
Paginering 30 - 33
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Trefwoorden (cab) akkerbouw / intensieve productie / duurzaamheid (sustainability) / stedelijke gebieden / stadslandbouw
Rubrieken Agrarische economie (algemeen)
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The invention of agriculture and the constant increase in population, since the dawn of civilization, has put us in a situation where the need to produce food for human consumption has become a threat to the planet’s survival. An idea for urban farming on a large scale is Dickson Despommier’s vision of vertical farming, a concept in which almost utopian visionaries see all cultivation move into huge greenhouse complexes in cities. What implications would a shift from traditional farming methods have in an ecological sustainability perspective and what would it require of us, economically and socially? This article discusses whether vertical farming has a place in the sustainable city of the future.
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