LEED for vertical farms? Defining high-tech sustainable food

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LEED for vertical farms? Defining high-tech sustainable food

The Association for Vertical Farming aims to create the first sustainability standard for towering indoor food systems

From shipping containers-turned-micro farms to fruit-picking robots, the wide world of agriculture techis attracting attention and investor dollars as increasingly urgent concerns about food scarcity come...

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