The rooftop farm on top of the Bank of America Tower in Central, Hong Kong. Initiated by real estate firm JLL, the farm produces about 660 kilograms of organic vegetables in four harvests a year, all of which are donated to the charity Feeding Hong Kong. Photo: Xaume Olleros

How urban farms could solve our future food problems and promote a green lifestyle

  • Projects such as Melbourne Skyfarm and those by Hong Kong’s Rooftop Republic are turning busy urban areas into hubs of food production
  • Urban farms can also change the dynamics of a building, bringing people together and encouraging people to lead sustainable lives
Topic |   Architecture and design

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The rooftop farm on top of the Bank of America Tower in Central, Hong Kong. Initiated by real estate firm JLL, the farm produces about 660 kilograms of organic vegetables in four harvests a year, all of which are donated to the charity Feeding Hong Kong. Photo: Xaume Olleros
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