2017 Fall   Poughkeepsie, NY

Instructor: Lee Altman

Partner: Ken Koomsiripithuck, Janki Shah, Jianwei Li

Global warming and climate change will undeniably pose increasing challenges to the existing food system. One of the main contributing factors to climate change is GHG emissions caused by the food industry and related transportation. In order to start addressing these challenges we propose a hyper-localized agriculture urbanism (city model).The model consists of a network of decentralized farms, a local distribution network, and research facilities designed to reduce carbon footprint, increase food production, and meets the increasing consumption demand in 2050

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