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Sat May 30th, 2020 at 06:13:34 PM EST
"Tree-like" vertical farms for Brooklyn?
Underground parking lot to organic mushroom farm in Paris (the ONLY organic farm in the city - so far)
How urban trees and hedges help cut air pollution
Can local food feed an urban world?
Green Concept House - a zero-waste, 100% self-sustaining home, including growing food
Safezone Shelter - air pollution protection using plants in a shelter in Bangkok
Vertical Oasis - concept for a green solar-powered skyscraper
Link City - proposed self-sustainable city-forest, using an urban operating system with an AI (Artificial Intelligence)
City farms underground
Green wall made from clay tiles also provides natural cooling
Which trees reduce air pollution best
It's finally more than a gleam in some old guys' eyes. We now have 4 additional (much younger) partners, our first greenhouse, substantial forestry equipment, trucks, a middle-sized tracked excavator, three Pratt & Whitney Purecycle 280 ORCs (plus a spare for parts), and agreements for wood supply from several timberland owners and our local sawmill.
We have a purchase agreement with our Port Authority for the 25-acre site that we have occupied for 5 years, which closes in 3 months. We have established customers for microgreens and firewood, and we now have a relationship with an established wood products wholesaler who is researching expansion of our bundled-firewood business.
Our Chiptec gasification system is still waiting for deployment, but we are aiming for building the facility to house it in about the same timeframe as the closing on the land purchase.
Oddly, the Covid-19 situation may have enhanced our market penetration. Our organic (certified) microgreens found their way into home-delivery services' meal packages. And the firewood production is 'essential' service while the actual process of logging, processing, bundling, etc. is spatially separated and requires no physical interaction between operators or customers.
I'll put together a diary with pictures soon.
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