Rooftop Farms Flourish in Space-Starved Hong Kong

Nestled amid the skyscrapers, rooftop farming has taken off in Hong Kong, offering urban gardeners in one of the densest cities in the world an ecological alternative to the supermarket.

Rooftop Farms Flourish in Space Starved Hong Kong
Lifestyle News by NewsLook


Warren Webber
Warren Webber1 years ago

Live long and prosper!

Sadiq Khan
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Vicky P.
Vicky P.4 years ago

nice, pretty creative

Ela V.
Ela V.4 years ago

should be implemented everywhere

Sam M.
Sam E M.4 years ago

You get all sorts on rooftops, even trees, bee hives, swimming pools... and some mobile phone operators disguise their roof aerials as trees so people don't notice their presence and complain.

Frans Badenhorst
Frans Badenhorst4 years ago

I love when people THINK and then DO.... well done Hong Kong

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Dolly Navina L.4 years ago


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g d c.4 years ago

makes sense...

cannot spread out, so spread up...

Deborah W.
Deborah W.4 years ago

Perhaps this is an idea that could take off in our own upward not sprawling cities ... if some sort of overshield was added for protection (as botanical greenhouses already have). Great idea, with endless possibilities for a greater good, none the less.