How can the food needs of nearly 24 million people be met without needing to run an expansive farm, taking up valuable space, particularly in heavily populated areas?

By building a massive, vertical urban farm among the skyscrapers -- an idea that's gaining traction in various parts of the world where open, arable land is hard to come by.

Plans for the latest such farming laboratory call for a 100-hectare facility in the Chinese city of Shanghai, where high real estate prices make building vertically more economical. Besides, it's nice to see something alive and growing amid all the steel, concrete, and glass structures reaching skyward.

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