26 Nov '12, 3pm

Cultivating the Promise of Agricultural Cleantech

Cultivating the Promise of Agricultural Cleantech

Technologies that reduce the demand for water and chemical inputs are included as they reduce strain on the global water supply and reduce the impact on surrounding ecosystems via the introduction of foreign chemicals. Technologies that enhance the health and yield of crops and herds are included as these reduce waste from the industry and alleviate pressure to convert native land into agricultural fields. Innovations that reduce the carbon footprint of agriculture are included as they directly address the climate challenge we face today. Also included are land and resource management practices which decrease or eliminate nutrient drain and erosion of soils such that the land may sustain cultivable yields indefinitely. Focus in this definition is given to technologies that function at a commercial scale (as opposed to subsistence farming and hobby practices).

Full article: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/blog/post/2012/11...

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