Agriculture Indoor Farming Analysis

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Agriculture Indoor Farming global market may to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 9% to reach $50 billion or more by 2025 reports

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - eTradeWire -- The global population may reach nearly 10 Billion people by 2050. And global food production will need to increase by nearly 75% in the next 25 years, all during a time of severe climate change that will stress traditional agriculture production capabilities.

Therefore, the most pressing challenges ever faced by mankind include key elements that should be addressed within the next 25 years reports The most pressing challenges we face in the years ahead are as follows;

Clean Water shortages and Clean Ocean solutions

Food shortages to feed nearly 10 Billion People and Population Growth Issues

Severe Climate Change and Energy Innovation Needed to Eliminate Carbon Pollution

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Mathematically, the Earth can support about 8 Billion people, a population figure we are on the verge of reaching in 2023. The population explosion will combine with the increasingly violent weather patterns and severe climate change such as flooding, wild fires and the increasing frequency of earth quakes. For example by 2050, annually 17 million U.S. properties will be at 'substantial risk' of flooding in any given year. And the growing clean water, food shortages and mutating disease threats are pushing us in a race to accelerate innovation, in order to solve the crisis that mankind faces in the next few decades.

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