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Dr. Dickson Despommier has done a huge amount of study on vertical farming.
The book drags you through some rather boring back story for a good chunk of the reading before it gets to the information about vertical farming.
Part of this may be due to the fact that the book feels like it was written a page at a time, with each page its own essay, as such.
This book gives a roadmap with guiding principals to any entrepreneur seeking to enter the emerging new industry of Vertical Farming.Published 2 months ago by Christopher Burns
This book sound like a good rock'n roll, Despommier give a big shot in the financial world with his theory of feeding the world. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Roro
The world is changing. If we are to survive, then paving the way towards social transformation by building vertical farms is essential.Published 5 months ago by Hannibal Christ
This is a very new concept of farming for the cities. Actually, the individual family could implement this idea on a smaller scale for themselves. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sandy
(This review refers to the hardback edition published in 2010.)
Here’s how predisposed I was to love this book: I had independently come up with much the same idea (I... Read more
You hear so much marketing these days about this is a new paradigm or that is a new paradigm. If you want to understand the definition of what a true paradigm is, then simply read... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Origins Muse