Monday, August 27, 2012

Green Living Blogs Will the advent of seawater green houses change the ballance of global economics?

Question by finn mchuil: Will the advent of seawater green houses change the ballance of global economics?
Read this recently,

http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/2011/02/18/seawater-greenhouses-produce-tomatoes-in-the-desert/

“The Seawater Greenhouse, however, provides what may be an economical and sustainable way of producing fresh water and crops in hot, dry regions near the ocean. Marco Goldschmied, President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, said in 2000,"The Seawater Greenhouse is a truly original idea which has the potential to impact on the lives of millions of people living in water-starved areas around the world."

Will there be a rush from big investors hoping to tap into profits or will this be a revolution that will see a shift in the major supply chains. What would this mean on a global scale?

Best answer:

Answer by John Z Wetmore
Tha balance of global economics? I doubt it. Even if they were successful in changing the lives of millions of people, that is essentially just a small niche in a world with billions of people.

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