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“The project analyses to what extent Urban Agriculture can make a relevant contribution to climate-optimised and sustainable urban development as an integrative factor in urban growth centres. Urban Agriculture is understood as every form of informal or formal agricultural production within a city, whereby in the context of urban growth centres “city” equates to the urban region. As a phenomenon of current megacity-specific development processes, we consider Urban Agriculture to be the whole spatial dimensions and dynamics of the development process in today’s urban growth centres which lead to new hybrid and climate-sensitive forms between rural and urban space. The result is a new form of reciprocal urban-rural linkages which shape the nature of future urban development and living conditions.
New York restaurants and grocers scramble to get their hands on fresh, local produce. So what could be better than veggies grown right in the city? On a rooftop in Brooklyn, Viraj Puri runs Gotham Greens , a hydroponic greenhouse that cultivates delicious, fresh produce — using a fraction of the water and space needed for conventional agriculture. Are you a multidisciplinary mold-breaker?
The Greenhouse Environment The Climate Manager controls your greenhouse during cold winter and during hot summer months. The temperature and humidity inside the greenhouse is ideally conntrolled to your set points for best plant production throughout the various seasons. The environment inside the greenhouse is very dependant on the weather conditions outside the greenhouse. The Climate Manager™ program takes into consideration outside weather conditions, such as solar radiation, outside temperature, rain, wind speed and wind direction and makes adjustments to achieve the best possible climate in your greenhouse. You can trust the Climate Manager™ to control the greenhouse microclimate and protect the greenhouse against harsh weather conditions .