Growing Food in the City – Urban Rooftop Farm in Downtown Toronto

>>ARLENE: we are at a quarter-acre rooftop farm at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto. We produce ten thousand pounds of food each year that goes to the farmers’ market and to our CSA customers and it’s distributed to the food room as well which is where students can get food for free. When we started […]

A Vertical Farm Grows In Newark | The Daily 360 | The New York Times

Here we are at AeroFarms. This is our ninth farm and the largest vertical farm in the world. We define vertical farming as layer upon layer of plant growth. What we could grow in one acre, it takes a 130 acres to grow in the field. We use 95 percent less water to grow a […]

The Farming of Bluefin Tuna | Foodbeast Doc

Bluefin tuna is one of the most coveted fish among sushi lovers. Because of the popularity of trendy foods – like poke, spicy tuna rolls, and sushi donuts – fish purveyors have had to look for alternatives to wild-caught fish just to meet this crazy demand. We are here in Japan where an organization called […]

Carbon Dioxide Is Not the Worst Greenhouse Gas, Meet SF6

If we’re going to stave off the worst impacts of climate change, we’re going to have to break our dependency on greenhouse gas emitting energy sources like fossil fuels. But could a switch to more renewable sources like wind and solar power actually emit more of the most potent greenhouse gas there is? The gas […]