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Fifty millimetres of rain per year, summer temperatures of 40 degrees, and highly saline water being pumped from up to 1.5km beneath the earth. This is what the Arava farmers around the Dead Sea are contending with. Driving through the West Bank in Israel heading South

Sky Greens vertical farming technology commercialised in Singapore On just 5.5 sqm one of the Sky Green towers can grow 2,500 plants and water usage is only 10% of the amount used in conventional farming with the same number of plants. Whilst traveling through Singapore on my Nuffield Global

Understanding > Interpretation > Models > Action The scope of my project is to uncover what the world is doing in sustainable horticulture, with a distinct focus on the urbanisation of the farming of leafy greens. From the understanding gained my goal is to present three new

My Nuffield Scholarship I was lucky enough to be awarded a Nuffield scholarship in 2015, by my generous investor The William Buckland Foundation. The state and national interviews were challenging, but I made it through in September 2015. I attended the Contemporary Scholars conference held in Cavern,

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