DIF on AIR Lettus Grow: Closed-loop Cities, Feeding Future Generations

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  • Jack Farmer

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This session is part of DIF x CE100 Startup Day. A day devoted to showcasing startups and their role in disrupting the market and enabling a shift towards a circular economy.

What if we could close the resource loop on farming? Jack Farmer from LettUs Grow explores the ability of controlled environment agriculture (everything from aeroponics to eating insects) to close resource loops and feed future cities.


Jack Farmer

Jack Farmer

Co-founder | Operational Lead

Jack Farmer is the Co-Founder and Director of LettUs Grow, a start-up using innovative aeroponic technology to design the next-generation of indoor farms. Their mission is to reduce the waste and carbon footprint of fresh produce by empowering anyone to grow delicious food near its point of consumption. He’s a passionate advocate for the use of social enterprise, policy and a circular economy to bring about a more sustainable future. Jack specialises in controlled environment agriculture and its ability to reduce agricultural pressures upon natural ecosystems.

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