In addition to population growth
Climate change will degrade the current land-based system’s ability to produce food. As weather patterns change, land-based yields will too.
9 billion by 2050
Need to feed a lot of human in the next few decades. The systems we have for food production are incapable of meeting the growing global population. To avoid significant societal issues, we need to a new approach.
In addition to population growth, climate change will degrade the current land-based system’s ability to produce food. As weather patterns change, land-based yields will too.
If we fail to develop a new approach, humanity is at risk of over-farming (and destroying) arable land, failing to feed the population healthy food, and destroy natural resources that can’t be easily recovered (such as water systems).
All of this points to a potentially existential threat to humanity, connected directly to our ability to feed ourselves. In the medium term, climate refugees will challenge civilized society with the large volumes of people displaced and needing support exceeding any migration caused by wars.
Society is shockingly fragile when basic needs (food/water) are not met.
WE NEED A PARADIGM SHIFT — FROM LAND-BASED FARMING, TO URBAN VERTICAL FARMING.
— Let’s us grow year-round, in stable conditions, with low land usage and capable of being located in urban areas with high populations.
—Eliminate the needs for use of pesticides and herbicides. Allows optimal use of water.
— Fully automated to eliminate 90% of labor costs, increase consistency of production, and guarantee high quality produce.
— Allows production to save costs from transport, and environmental impact of carbon emissions from that transport.
Technology is the key
We use state of the art technology to save our food production. Fully automated, our facilities only require low amounts of labor for maintenance. Thereby, we cut operational costs to the minimum and enable high efficiency. By design, they are optimised for urban locations at the point of distribution.
- 95% water saved
- Reduced transport costs
- Low cost (fully automated)
- Consistency in costs
- Consistent product quality
- Consistent quantity / yield
- No pesticides or herbicides
- Up to 3x longer shelf life
- Better taste profile — no artificial flavoring, the full natural taste.
- Locally produced
- No need to wash, ready to eat
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May 13, 2019
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