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2 Average Priority SPACE COMMERCE 4 months ago
2 Average Priority ENERGY 1 month ago
2 Average Priority CLIMATE CHANGE 1 month ago
2 Average Priority FLORIDA 1 month ago
2 Average Priority BEAR 1 month ago
2 Average Priority OCEAN 1 month ago
2 Average Priority SUSTAINABILITY 3 months ago
2 Average Priority BUSINESS 1 month ago
2 Average Priority UNIVERSITY 1 month ago
2 Average Priority CHARLOTTE 1 month ago
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Space Commerce Matters Space Commerce Matters focuses on all aspects of building a sustainable marketplace in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and driving innovation and commercialization to create a robust space economy.
Michael Lenox Professor, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia
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  • From Michael Lenox posted by SolveCast
  • 3 months ago
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  • Starts 450 seconds

Sustainability and Innovation Strategies to Combat Climate Change, with Michael Lenox, Professor Darden School of Business

Agriculture is probably the one I'm most concerned about. We have a glow growing world population. We need to grow food output, and we need to do it with a smaller footprint than we do today. Two things in particular with agriculture. The use of nitrogen based fertilizers actually releases nitrogen oxide, which contributes is actually a significant greenhouse gas. And then the one that, you know, people joke about, but livestock and belching and the manure intrinsic fermentation. And so those are not insignificant sources of greenhouse gases and in particular, it's hard to imagine what
the solution might be that would be viable and scalable.

The Far-Reaching Impact of Space Commercialization

We're seeing lots of activity and crop science looking at vertical agriculture or water management.

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