Finance Times

New Form of Farming Revolutionizes the Way We Eat


By Diane Jacobs

By 2050, the world population will reach almost 10 billion people, at least 66 percent of whom will live in urban areas.

Water-scarcity issues are rampant and will only increase, and the ability to feed humanity is a vital issue that must be tackled now. Thankfully, technological innovations are giving hope to addressing this catastrophic problem. Texas-based Mouser Electronics created a program this year called Shaping Smarter Cities that features engineering marvels throughout the world that are helping solve humanity's most pressing problems. Read More...



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