Agriculture, Food and Beverage

4 reasons why the world needs more urban farming post-pandemic

This rooftop farm in Paris is a great example of how urban farming can revitalise old spaces for a purpose. Image: REUTERS/Charles Platiau

Daniel Evans

Co-founder, Gibraltar Stock Exchane

Jess Davies

Chair Professor in Sustainability, Lancaster University

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