Wageningen, 2 February 22 / Wageningen College & Analysis – The WUR Scholar Challenges Group is launching a brand new podcast sequence for everybody curious about city farming. The five-episode sequence is about to launch on podbean and paprikatastyradio on 14 February 2022 and can run till 29 June 2022.
‘City Greenhouse Talks’ explores the world of city farming via the lenses of the City Greenhouse Problem#3, a global pupil competitors organised by Wageningen College & Analysis. The primary motive of the sequence is the query of how feeding our cities can grow to be extra sustainable and socially inclusive. By interviewing a variety of consultants who form the best way we develop meals within the cities, we try to provide the viewers an summary of present traits and developments, the longer term outlook of the sector, and sensible suggestions for the members within the Problem.
The sequence consists of 5 episodes culminating in a dwell radio broadcast throughout the Grand Finals of the Problem on 29 June 2022. Hosts Renee Snijders and Ed Smit from Eat This will speak to such consultants as Meiny Prins, CEO of Priva, initiator of the Sustainable City Delta and one of many Inspiring Fifty The Netherlands and Henry Gordon-Smith, founder and CEO of Agritecture.
The podcast will cope with matters resembling latest developments in city farming, the way forward for the sector, vertical farming vs. conventional horticulture, affect of city agriculture on youthful generations and communities and its hyperlink to bigger themes resembling poverty alleviation and racism. All richly illustrated with the examples from business leaders and work of the members of the City Greenhouse Problem.
What’s the City Greenhouse Problem #3?
The City Greenhouse Problem is a global pupil competitors that goals to catalyse innovation within the realm of city farming. The third version of the Problem focuses on creating an city farm idea that ensures year-round sustainable and reasonably priced meals manufacturing, but in addition generates incomes for the native residents of Ward 7, a neighbourhood in Washington DC, USA. Discover out extra in https://urbangreenhousechallenge.nl/
About WUR Scholar Challenges:
Wageningen College & Analysis organises Challenges for college kids worldwide and helps WUR groups that take part in pupil competitions by way of WUR Scholar Challenges. These challenges pose a novel and enriching alternative for college kids to work on real-life issues and make a distinction. Go to the WUR Scholar Challenges web site to search out out which alternatives are there for college kids or sponsoring enterprises.