Global Vertical Farming Show

Published on 
September 15, 2023

Present at Dubai’s Global Vertical Farming Show in October 2023, Skytree’s Rob van Straten had the opportunity to address UAE's Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority ADAFSA, AAAID, World Green Economy Organization (WGEO), Emirates Development Bank (EDB), Food Tech Valley, top vertical farming companies, along with various other governing bodies and stakeholders.

The UAE specifically has heavily invested in technologies including vertical farming, hydroponic farming, controlled environment agriculture, smart greenhouses and sustainable farming practices, making Skytree’s onsite direct air capture solution truly empowering for vertical farms and greenhouses in the region.

Lucie Jechova
Lucie Jechova
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