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Food for the future
Posted: 18 June 2013

Cities have always been closely connected to resources and channels of communication and supply. Bigger cities are also usually more productive. But as cities get bigger and more numerous, supply of basic products like food can be critical.

In the future, will we see drones delivering fresh staples to city markets, or will we just grow the food where it's needed - indoors and on the roof?

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18 June 2013
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