Re-inventing traditional agriculture, to ensure sustainable food production for the next generation
traditional agriculture, to ensure sustainable food production for the next generation
Because climate change doesn’t take a break, we need greentech solutions and innovations to meet the challenges
With vertical farming we can ensure a controlled growth, which is not affected by the external environment and climate. In addition, it will provide a much higher production output, that far exceeds the traditional agriculture. Vertical farming enables less use of chemicals and additives, and it opens for more locally produced food and for a more sustainable agriculture.
Vertical Agri strive to re-invent traditional agriculture
Whether you want to grow strawberries in the Arctic climate or tomatoes in the Sahara desert, vertical farming will be part of the future. In the agricultural business, vertical farming will contribute to meet the high demand for food that will come over the next decades.
Renewable energy such as solar, wind and hydrogen will play an important role within agriculture and increased food consumption. Vertical Agri will work across different industries, developing green solutions.
From Ocean to Land – can fish make salad on the table?
When we learn how to apply the elements of a circular business model to a more traditional business model, innovations will a rise. The marine sector can play a part and fuel the modern agriculture business. With a circular economy thinking we can create new green business models.
Environmental capital and investments in greentech
Environmental capital and investments in greentech will provide powerful framework for food production and create value. In 2050 about 9.3 billion people will share our planet and today we already face challenges of food and livestock feed. Alongside water and energy challenges, coupled with climate change, we need to act now.