Thanks to the gifts of von neumann -as realised by moore's law: we are now trillion times more interconnected than when John F Kennedy first called for interdependence mapping -this means the more that big corporations and big governments fail to trilliondollaraudit sustainable global markets biggest risks the more we the parents and teachers must support the younger half of the world in just doing it. Which countries are now most at tisk of famine in 2020s- lets make sure questions like that are included in cop26, (galsgow) cop27 (egyp)... G20.21 Italy, G20.22 Indonesia... as well as everywhere teachers love kids futures ....
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Thursday, December 31, 2020

second to pandemics, food may be the biggest risk of the 2020s trilliondollaraudit.com food

what have we parents done to millennials rights? from war to subprime, from climate crisis to pandemic crisis we have failed trilliondollaraudits compound risk of purpose in spite of the great leaps in tech - don't forget food

whenever western leaders spend too much money or time on causing people to be afraid, history shows that hey forget how fragile food supply chain maps can be - hence we suggest parents everywhere should demand all political parties unite around making sure we are not missing out food-tech

Vertical farms have become a growing strategy to ease food insecurity in dense cities, and now an architect wants to take one to new heights. MIT’s Carlo Ratti has proposed a 51-story skyscraper in China’s technology hub of Shenzhen, with greenery encasing its entire shell. The farm would sit between two sets of windows in the building’s “double-skin facade,” allowing sunlight to reach both the plants and the interior. The tower would also house office space, a supermarket and a food court, and could produce enough greens, tomatoes and berries for 40,000 people.

Credit: Carlo Ratti Associati

Ratti envisions his “farmscraper” as a self-contained food supply chain, but maintaining the massive structure could become a challenge

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