The 6 essentials of urban agriculture on rooftops
Faced with the densification of cities, which will accommodate nearly 66% of the world's population by 2050, rooftops represent an opportunity to reclaim under-exploited areas. Roofs constitute up to 32% of the horizontal surface of a city and can be converted into spaces for renaturation and creation of services such as food production, rainwater retention, carbon storage and recycling waste.
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