The next frontier in agriculture may well be indoors. Advances in crop science and energy technologies, against the backdrop of climate change and population growth, have spurred innovations in indoor farming in recent years. Advocates say growing foods in large facilities or modular containers located close to population centers, without soil or sunlight and using very little water, could be the next agricultural revolution. While it’s too early to know if that’s true, indoor farming is, nevertheless, spurring innovations beyond agriculture that are reconfiguring global food supply systems as the world reimagines how to feed itself.
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