Major cities – home to a majority of the global population – don’t have the space to grow the food their people need.
At least, that used to be the case.
The proliferation of rooftop farms (along with new advances in hydroponics) gives us a way to produce food in our cities – no matter how crowded they are.
ComCrop, a Singapore-based rooftop farming company, has opened farms that localize food production in the nation-state. The company aims to provide a model for other cities now working secure their food supply chains against future pandemics and other disruptions.
Watch the video above to see how they’re doing it.