Infrasystems – the invisible city Resource flowsIndustry in the city Integrated planning History of the city 1
E. How to match resource flows for competitive food production in cities?- Mats Eklund, Linköpings UniversitetFood consumption in cities depends on food production that is not always sustainable.Vegetables are often grown using finite, fossil, resources. Some important inputs forgrowing vegetables in greenhouses are heat, carbon dioxide and nutrients. They areall generated by societal activities and mainly considered as a problem. How canthese resource flows be matched? In this session you will hear about innovativeapproaches to the development of food production in greenhouses in the Netherlands.There will also be presentations about ground-breaking initiatives aiming atdeveloping greenhouse industry based on available resources that are not usedtoday.Speakers- Jan de Wilt, Innovatie Netwerk, Netherlands- Hans Hassle, Plantagon- Tony Moberg, Tekniska Verken- Jürgen Granstedt, Lantmännen Agroetanol 2
Carbon footprint of tomatoes grown ingreenhouses, (kg CO2 per kg of tomatoes) Oil heated greenhouses 10 Swedish average 1 Best practice 0.05 Waste heat from pulp production and CO2 from liquor production 3
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