RETHINKING Urban Agriculture
Cultivating sustainable solutions for current and future cities
The rapid pace of urbanization and the growing demands for food security, environmental sustainability, and community resilience have necessitated a critical reassessment of our approach to agriculture. Urban agriculture holds immense potential to transform our cities into vibrant and sustainable ecosystems, hence enhancing biodiversity and ecological resilience within city limits. To explore innovative strategies, challenges, and opportunities for cultivating food within urban environments, we need to think about the integration of urban agriculture into urban planning and design, leveraging technological advancements for efficient and scalable food production, fostering community engagement and empowerment, and enhancing food accessibility and equity. All towards resilient and food-secure cities that nourish both people and the planet.
This event is part of ETH Zurich’s RETHINKING LIVING campaign. We are all feeling massive change across just about every aspect of our lives. Climate change, the destruction of biodiversity and technological disruptions present threats, but more importantly, an opportunity to focus on grand challenges, to embrace deeper meaning, and to rediscover overlooked aspects of our lives. RETHINKING LIVING convenes scientists, industry experts and outstanding global thinkers from ETH Zurich and across the world.
PUBLIC DISCUSSION VIA LIVESTREAM AND ON-SITE AT THE CAMPUS. PLEASE REGISTER.
This event is hybrid and will take place as part of the Berlin Science Week CAMPUS.
On-Site: Admission is free. Please note: Pre-registration is requested for this event. Please send a short mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to get a guaranteed place.
Digital: Shortly before the event begins, the stream will be made available on this site, and can also be accessed here.
Information about the physical accessibility of the Museum für Naturkunde can be found here. The event is taking place in the New Normal Hall. The New Normal Hall is located on the first floor and can be reached by lift.
Berlin, Berlin 10115 Germany