David Lepeska has written an interesting article in The Guardian reviewing how cities will be sustainable in the future and that energy efficient cities is the key to the future of saving the planet from us.
He also cited
Dorothee Imbert, associate professor in landscape architecture at Harvard, pointed to urban farming, a trend that has taken root in Detroit, New York, Milwaukee and a handful of international cities. Imbert mentioned her own student-assisted organic farms in Boston, yet acknowledged that adequate food supplies for future cities “would require rethinking of landscape in the building process”.
Read the full article at the SOURCE: The Guardian – Sustainable cities are the solution