•6 min read
Benis, K. & Ferrāo, P. 2018. Commercial farming within the urban built environment – Taking stock of an evolving field in northern countries. Global Food and Security 17, 30-37.
Benis, K., Reinhart, C. & Ferrāo, P. 2017. Development of a simulation-based decision support workflow for the implementation of Building-Integrated Agriculture (BIA) in urban contexts. Journal of Cleaner Production 147, 589-602.
Beytes, C. 2017. FarmedHere shuts down. Grower Talks.
Buehler, D. & Junge, R. 2016. Global trends and current status of commercial urban rooftop farming. Sustainability 8 (11), 1108.
Cerón-Palma, I., Sanyé-Mengual, E., Oliver-Solà, J., Montero, J.I & Rieradevall, J. 2012. Barriers and opportunities regarding the implementation of Rooftop Eco.Greenhouses (RTEG) in Mediterranean cities of Europe. Journal of Urban Technology 19, 1-17.
Cosgrove, E. 2017. SoftBank invests in largest ever agtech deal, a $200m Series B for indoor ag startup Plenty. AgFunder News.
Delaide, B., Delhaye, G., Dermience, M., Gott, J., Soyeurt, H. & Jijakli, M.H. 2017. Plant and fish production performance, nutrient mass balance, energy and water use of the PAFF Box, a small-scale aquaponics system. Aquacultural Engineering 78, 130-139.
Despommier, D. 2010. The Vertical Farm: Feeding the World in the 21st Century. St Martin’s Press, New York.
Geisendorf, S. & Pietrulla, F. 2018. The circular economy and circular economic concepts – a literature analysis and redefinition. Thunderbird International Business Review 60, 771-782.
Goodman, W. & Minner, J. 2019. Will the urban agricultural revolution be vertical and soilless? A case study of controlled environment agriculture in New York City. Land Use Policy 83, 160-173.
Jachec, H. 2019. Swedish grocery store reveals line of produce grown on-site. iGrow.
Kozai, T. 2013. Plant factory in Japan – current situation and perspectives. Chronica Horticulturae 53 (2), 8-11.
Kozai, T., Niu, G. & Takagaki, M. 2016. Plant Factory: An Indoor Vertical Farming System for Efficient Quality Food Production. Academic Press, London.
Luquet, A. 2018. Paris leads the way in France’s growing urban farming history. The Epoch Times.
Marston, J. 2019. What Plantagon’s bankruptcy could tell us about the future of large-scale vertical farming. The Spoon.
McEldowney, J. 2017. Urban agriculture in Europe: Patterns, challenges and policies. European Parliamentary Research Service.
Miličič, V., Thorarinsdottir, R., Dos Santos, M. & Turnšek Hančič, M. 2017. Commercial aquaponics approaching the European market: To consumers’ perceptions of aquaponics products in Europe. Water 9 (2), 80.
Nehls, T., Jiang, Y., Dennely, C., Zhan, X. & Beesley, L. 2016. From waste to value: Urban agriculture enables cycling of resources in cities. In F. Lohrberg, L. Lička, L. Scazzosi & A. Timpe (eds.) Urban Agriculture in Europe, pp. 170-173. Jovis, Berlin.
Pollard, G., Ward, J.D. & Koth, B. 2017. Aquaponics in urban agriculture: Social acceptance and urban food planning. Horticulturae 3 (2), 39.
Prové, C., Kemper, D., Loudiyi, S., Mumenthaler, C. & Nikolaidou, S. 2016. Governance of urban agriculture initiatives: insight drawn from European case studies. In F. Lohrberg, L. Lička, L. Scazzosi & A. Timpe (eds.) Urban Agriculture in Europe, pp. 64-69. Jovis, Berlin.
Sanyé-Mengual, E., Céron-Palma, I., Oliver-Solà, J., Montero, J.I & Rieradevall, J. 2013. Environmental analysis of the logistics of agricultural products from rooftop greenhouses in Mediterranean urban areas. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 93, 100-109.
Sanyé-Mengual, E., Oliver-Solà, J., Montero, J.I. & Rieradevall, J. 2015a. An environmental and economic life cycle assessment of rooftop greenhouse (RTG) implementation in Barcelona, Spain. Assessing new forms of urban agriculture from the greenhouse structure to the final product level. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 20, 350–366.
Sanyé-Mengual, E., Anguelovski, I., Oliver-Solà, J., Montero, J.I. & Rieradevall, J. 2015b. Resolving differing stakeholder perceptions of urban rooftop farming in Mediterranean cities: promoting food production as a driver for innovative urban forms. Agriculture and Human Values 33, 101-120.
Specht, K., Siebert, R. & Thomaier, S. 2016a. Perception and acceptance of agricultural production in and on buildings (ZFarming): a qualitative study from Berlin, Germany. Agriculture and Human Values 33, 753-769.
Specht, K., Weith, T., Swoboda & Siebert, R. 2016b. Socially acceptable urban agriculture businesses. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 36, 17.
Thomaier, S., Specht, K., Henckel, D., Dierich, A., Siebert, R., Freisinger, U.B. & Sawicka, M. 2015. Farming in and on urban buildings: Present practice and specific novelties of Zero-Acreage Farming (ZFarming). Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 30, 43–54.
Thomasson, E. 2019. IKEA to start serving salad grown at its stores. Reuters.
van der Schans, J.W. 2015. Business Models Urban Agriculture. Wageningen University.
van der Schans, J.W., Renting, H. & van Veenhuizen, R. 2014. Innovations in urban agriculture. Urban Agriculture Magazine 28, 3-12.
Wei, L.D. 2018. Berry fresh prospects for vertical farming. The Straits Times.
Vermeulen, S., Campbell, B.M. & Ingram, J.S.I. 2012. Climate change and food systems. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 37, 195-222.
Copyright © Partners of the [email protected] Project. [email protected] is an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership in Higher Education (2017-2020) led by the University of Greenwich, in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (Switzerland), the Technical University of Madrid (Spain), the University of Ljubljana and the Biotechnical Centre Naklo (Slovenia).
Please see the table of contents for more topics.