GreenTech Amsterdam

Published on 
June 19, 2023

We experienced an eye-opening 72 hours at GreenTech Amsterdam 2023, the global biennial gathering of horticulture professionals in the Netherlands.

For Skytree, these were the 3 key takeaways:

1. 1 billion euros have been deployed within the European Union towards private research and technology development in agriculture, a positive 20% growth Y-o-Y.

2. All technological developments within agriculture globally must focus on adaptability, resilience, and sustainability towards sustainable food systems.

3. Controlled Environment Agriculture (vertical farms and greenhouses) is critical for the future of agriculture with the possibility to use integrated crop management, nutrient and water efficiency, improved yield outcome, abolishing fossil fuels, and working towards total circularity.

Organizations building circularity have the right focus and momentum, and winning the GreenTech Innovation & Concept Award to kick off the proceedings reiterated Skytree's business goal to capture 10Mt CO2 to utilize or store by 2030, dramatically increasing adoption rates of DAC technology.

Lucie Jechova
Lucie Jechova
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