How NASA technology of the 60s could lead to more sustainable farming models

The way we are doing farming now a days is not near scalable or sustainable farming as will be needed for a 10 billion population scenario, which is the the number predicted for 2050. In this week’s article we wanted to share a TED Talk of Lysa Dyson, on a forgotten technology that could lead to reinventing the way we grow food in favor of a more sustainable farming model.


As a result, at the end of the video we came to the conclusion that this kind of technology can allow us (we mean “us” as the whole planet) to choose a more sustainable farming model, and produce more using the same area, which in turn should lead to choose wiser what crops to produce, and where to produce them, so we can preserve rainforests, and they can recycle carbon.

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