Living the Noom – near net zero energy buildings with vertical forests
El Terreno – a community garden that is more community than simply garden in Mexico City
Regenerative Farm Map from Regeneration Canada
Editorial Comment: There are examples here that may apply to urban and “advanced” agriculture.
“The world’s first farmscraper,” to be built in Shenzhen, China
51-story Jian Mu Tower will contain a large-scale farm system producing crops to feed 40,000 people per year, as well as offices, a supermarket, and a food court
Milan will plant 3 million trees in the city, one for each resident
Santa Clara, CA Agrihood, a development with 361 housing units and its own farm
10 great city projects for Nature, from The Guardian
Vertical farms proposed as a replacement for Berlin autobahn
Baltimore’s first “agrihood”
hat tip Robin Bergman
Robin Wood – an urban block made of wood which will be net zero energy in construction and operation, including a micro-forest
PS: On November 13, 2021, the city of Boston named a square in the South End neighborhood and a day in honor of Mel King, one of the main forces in the revival of local agriculture and the rebirth of urban agriculture in Boston, Massachusetts, USAmerica, and the world. Congratulations to my mentor and friend, Mel King.