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Hyundai Unveils World’s First Aquaponics Farm Powered by a Fuel Cell Car

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‘This installation is an imaginative way to bring alive the huge potential of hydrogen technology’, stated Kit Malthouse, Deputy Mayor of London for Business and Enterprise and Chairman of the London Hydrogen Partnership.

By Marc Carter
Inhabit
10/23/13

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Hyundai just teamed up with Something & Son to unveil the world’s first urban aquaponic farm ‘powered’ by a hydrogen car! Located outside of the London Design Museum, Hyundai’s Fuel Cell Farm seeks to educate the public on the benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology. The aquaponics farm filters water produced by a ix35 fuel cell vehicle and then uses the H2O to sustain an aquarium full of fish and an edible garden.

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Vegetable Uprising Urban Rooftop Farm in San Francisco

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Vegetable Uprising will create a rooftop farm in San Francisco offering CSA subscriptions of its produce delivered by bicycle.

By Kristin McArdle
Oct 24, 2013

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Vegetable Uprising’s mission is to aid in transforming the urban environment and contribute to the agricultural health and diversity of the urban food-shed by creating a successful and financially sound urban roof-top farm.

Your support and contribution to this project will help fund securing a long- term lease on a 10,000 square foot commercial roof space in the city. Additionally, it will help to fund the installation of the capital improvements and gardening system necessary to establish the roof farm.

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