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Vertical Farming Is Key to the Smart Cities of the Future | STATETECH  Smart cities could look very different from today’s urban centers. Streetlights could be communicating with bus stops, and subway trains could be solar powered. Population growth will force local government leaders to rethink more than just transportation and housing. As the population increases, the real estate needed to grow the food we eat will become increasingly scarce. Some experts have suggested that a new…

This guy is on the cutting edge of urban agriculture. Troughs of bok choy stack up vertically at the urban farm in Singapore. The veggies rotate along the A-frame to ensure they receive even light. Click through to read the full article.