In today’s supply chain-constrained and inflationary market, urban farming for commercial purposes has become more relevant, and more companies, organizations and building owners are exploring vertical farming operations like hydroponics, aeroponic and aquaponics.
While nascent today, could the integration of more food production in commercial real estate play a bigger part of an eco-friendly answer to a world facing climate change, a growing population and increasing land constraints?
In this article, learn:
- How commercial urban farming practices can produce greater yields with fewer carbon emissions
- Why some of the challenges for traditional agricultural production will likely demand increasingly innovative solutions to feed a planet of 9.7 billion people by 2050
- Why the benefits of urban farming may continue to draw more attention from building investors and operators around the world