Urban agriculturecan help contribute to decreasing the net release of CO2 emissions, one of thegas that contributes to global warming, from activities in cities. If citiesare producing more food within their borders, bringing places of production andmarkets closer to each other, the transport of products can be reduced; this willcontribute to reducing carbon emissions and other pollutant gases.
Urbanagriculture is also a way to reducing the net discharge of CO2, because plantsand trees capture CO2. The captive capacity is at its highest in the developmentperiod of vegetation. Through agricultural activities in cities, urbanecosystems are kept persistently in their “primary production phase”; whichmeans that much more CO2 per surface area is captured than in natural systemslike tropical forests. In cities, however, much of the carbon stored invegetation is likely to be quickly released through decomposition of organicmatter and there may be little lasting benefit. · Reducecarbon emission Thereason why urban farming in and on the buildings is gaining popularity isbecause they can have all the advantages of urban conditions. It providesenough sunlight, irrigation and privacy that the urban farmers need, and allthe facilities of an urban lifestyle that they want.
Here is a list ofbeneficial urban farming that can contribute to communities’ area: Theidea of growing food indoors in buildings, high rise buildings or rooftop in the cities isbecoming very popular around the world because of the rapid urbanization andlimited farming space, and so, urban farming is alsobecoming very popular. Urban farming in and on the building or well-knownas zero-acreage farming could be one of theeasiest ways of growing our own food if we live in a high rise building. We could easily feed our friends and family as well as make some extra money. It’s possible togrow food indoors in containers, on your patio, balcony, rooftops, andvirtually anywhere, where they have some extraspace.