Amazon writes about Hippo Harvest, a startup that is reducing agriculture’s carbon footprint.
- Hippo Harvest is a startup backed by the Amazon Climate Fund that grows greens with 92% less water and 55% less fertilizer than conventional produce.
- Hippo Harvest grows its produce in repurposed greenhouses and uses a closed-loop, direct-to-root fertilizer system with AI learning to improve efficiency.
- By needing less land, Hippo Harvest is able to grow closer to consumers which reduces emissions from transportation.
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