This thesis examines the two technological systems, permacultural forest garden and hydroponic vertical farming. The thesis focuses on how - and if - the two systems are able to become a part of a more sustainable danish agriculture. It is analysed in context to the possibility for each of the two systems to become partial in the existing regime regarding agriculture in Denmark. Based on interviews with Anders Ostenfeld Riemann, founder of Nordic Harvest, a vertical hydroponics system located in Copenhagen, and Esben Schultz, permacultural farmer and founder of an edible forest garden in Svanholm Gods, we have analyzed the pros, cons and resource management for both systems. It is discussed how the two systems are niche-technologies in the regime, and how the technologies would be able to have an impact on the regime if given the chance. Lastly, it is concluded, that the two technological systems, permacultural forest garden and hydroponic vertical farming have principles which can be included in a more sustainable future of the Danish agriculture.
|Uddannelser||Basis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis|
|Udgivelsesdato||31 maj 2018|
- vertikalt landbrug