Urban locations are embracing farming like never before. Cities are taking advantage of new innovations – and the need to find solutions to a growing global population – to pioneer new and sustainable farming systems.
Vertical farming – growing crops indoors – is one market experiencing significant growth. Unused buildings and anything offering space, such as old shipping containers, are being transformed for agricultural use. Farming in the city is now a serious business as locations more associated with ordering food, rather than growing it, become important players in the quest to reduce hunger levels.
Check out this United Nations video on the strength of New York’s sector.