Angelika Maier wrote:Recently we were driving through Sydney towards the South coast. The area around Campeltown and around the new Badgery creek airport is terrible. All farms are converted into awful new housing.
The same happens everywhere in China, Europe, here.
Probably urban farming gets more important. But what REALLY can be done? High rise farms probably will never pass the viability test, neither is it possible to grow most of your food (energywise) in your backyard.
I think lifestock regulations are playing a huge role - my grandmother told me stories about people raising rabbits on balconies, note: they did not raise salads.
I would like some REALISTIC input.
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