What's the problem? 

There is a huge gap between food producers and consumers today.

On the one hand, it is very complicated for an ordinary consumer to know where the food really comes from and how it was produced.

On the other hand, large-scale food producers are mainly focused on profit and economic growth, neglecting aspects such as the quality (taste and nutrition) of the food and the ecological impact of production.

What are we going to do? 

At greenioty, we want to try to bridge this gap by installing low-tech hydroponic and bioponic systems in urban areas and by sharing our data and documentation open-source

What are we going to do? 

At greenioty, we want to try to bridge this gap by installing low-tech hydroponic and bioponic systems in urban areas and by sharing our data and documentation open-source

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Urban farming 

By relocating a part of the food production to urban areas, directly where the food is consumed, it is possible to reach and inspire a maximum number of people while drastically reducing the impact of transportation. 

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Open-source 

Sharing our data and documentation open-source allows us to be completely transparent about how we do things, while allowing anyone to replicate our systems and grow any plants, anytime, anywhere.

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Low-tech 

Low-tech (in opposition to high-tech) refers to products made in a simple way with materials accessible to all. By using low-tech methods, we allow our systems to be replicated and maintained by anyone, ensuring their durability.