New plans and innovations are continuing to be developed to combat climate change and water depletion. One such plan is based upon the notion of spiders and butterflies. These existing systems can distribute and store water in quite amazing ways. A New York team has now made a invention to mimic this. They hope to develop maintainable water, and the production of food, all through a self-sustainable system.
NexLoop was awarded the Ray C. Anderson Foundation Ray of Hope Prize for 2017. Their product, AquaWeb, was based upon a spiders web and a honey bees nest. The design will be used to help food producers store, filter, and collect the atmospheres moisture. This will be particularly useful for container farms, vertical farms, and greenhouses.
These designs are principally important for greenhouses. Without this technology, they would not be able to sustain themselves in urban and/or small areas. Josh Smith, Reno Nevada, has developed such greenhouses. He calls them Modular Greenhouses and they are completely sustainable.
Josh Smith, based in Reno, Nevada, is the CEO and Founder of Modular Greenhouses. With his fifteen years of start-up expertise, Smith’s products will soon be on the market. Children are one of his passions. He believes that they should not be fed junk food, this causes an array of future health conditions. Greenhouses are the new future of gardening in small spaces.
With these greenhouses, people will be able to grow their own food. They can do this from the comfort of their own home using a mobile application. Modular Greenhouses can withstand a category 4 hurricane or eighty pounds of snowfall. They are highly sturdy, and easily added onto for a bigger house using a hinge technology. Josh Smith, Reno Nevada, has come up with a great product that will soon be seen in many backyards, patios, and indoor homes.
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