Agritecture is an advisory services and technology firm focused on urban and controlled environment agriculture.

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Agritecture designed Farm.One’s first facility, recruited their Head Grower, and researched rare crop species for production. Learn more about some of the 150+ clients we’ve helped solve unique challenges in CEA planning.

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Agritecture and Asahi were awarded Microsoft’s ‘AI for Earth’ grant. The trio is working together to use Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to improve the viability of hops cultivation under volatile climate conditions in the Czech Republic.

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Agritecture is advancing sustainability in CEA through a variety of offerings - including sustainability benchmarking, communications guidelines, our spotlight on innovators, and our Global CEA Census Report.

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Agritecture has worked with over 150 clients in 75+ cities around the world. Learn more about our consulting services for entrepreneurs, investors, cities, suppliers, corporations, and more.

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The Interplay Between Skills-Based Labor Mobility & Climate Change in the MENA Region  The Interplay Between Skills-Based Labor Mobility & Climate Change in the MENA Region
The objective of this review was three-fold: (1) To define climate change in the MENA region and skill labor mobility partnership (SMPs), (2) to identify climate change initiatives that indicate future labor needs in the MENA region, and (3) to review case studies and successful SMPs either in the MENA region or outside. The ultimate purpose, therefore, is to identify sectors, skills, and infrastructure for mutually beneficial SMPs to help bolster the MENA region’s resilience in the face of climate change.