CitiesAlive® provides green infrastructure solutions to urban challenges by bringing together design professionals and policy makers. Discover cutting edge design projects, policy developments, new research, and innovative products that are shaping a better, more resilient future. Agritecture's own Henry Gordon-Smith will be a featured speaker at this year's conference to talk about the importance of integrating urban agriculture with green infrastructure for urban resilience.
Join Agritecture and AgTech X for a week-long series of events centered on urban agriculture and its role within the Sustainable City movement. We are bringing together entrepreneurs, architects, city officials, investors, and researchers to learn more about how agriculture fits into future cities. Individual event tickets are on sale now!
This two-day Summit will bring together agriculture stakeholders in Johannesburg, South Africa to learn, share and implement the latest developments and opportunities presented by vertical farming, urban greenhouses and controlled environment agriculture.
Five leading Food and AgTech Startups will pitch their concepts to a panel of judges in front of you, the live audience. One winner will take home the $5,000 prize. Includes light refreshments and networking time.
Join us on Thursday, Sep 27 for Sunset Sips: The Rooftop Farm Mixer at the iconic Brooklyn Grange Farm, presented by CitiesAlive® and Agritecture! This evening to remember will feature local beer, wine, hors d'oeuvres, farm tours and incredible views of New York City. (Discount in the event details)
This coming October, Japan Plant Factory Association (JPFA) together with Chiba University will host an intensive five-day introductory training course in English on Vertical Farming.
In this interactive 2-day course, you’ll learn the basics of running a hydroponic farm and business from industry leaders. With this knowledge, you’ll be better equipped to grow and sell produce to your local community. Best of all, you’ll get hands-on experience in a greenhouse.
What can city leaders do to fuel innovation that improves quality of life for all? What can rising cities learn from the challenges faced by peers? At CityLab 2018, The Atlantic, The Aspen Institute and Bloomberg Philanthropies will convene the world’s city and community leaders to consider a new narrative worthy of the many global cities whose history may weigh heavy, but whose future holds the promise of a fresh page.
Food Loves Tech: An all you can eat and drink Industry City (Brooklyn) expo where you can test drive food technologies from field and sea to next gen frontiers. They’ll also have expert panels answering some of the most pressing issues facing our food supply. Early Bird ticket sales end July 1.
GLASE is bringing together New York Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) growers with local utility companies, USDA officials and service providers to provide CEA growers with all the resources available for energy-efficient lighting and control systems technology adoption.