Recreate ecosystems and make cities reclaim agriculture
One of the consequences of global warming is the drastic reduction in the amount of arable land. Added to this is the pollution of water tables by pesticides and fungicides, linked to increasing industrialisation and the development and increasing density of urban centres that are gaining ground and devouring agricultural land.
One of the solutions to this crisis is to bring agriculture back to urban centres by appropriating abandoned sites, optimising crops in these places and allowing the production of vegetable and animal proteins. The goal is to recreate an ecosystem in a closed environment, without using fertilisers, minimising the use of energy through LEDs, which is a new energy model, and optimising the surface and therefore the production capacity, and doing all this without any ecological consequence or impact.