David Barry's 'The Babylon Project' aims to offer a green environment in densely populated urban areas. According to the project, the residents will be provided with portable growing pots and grow what they wish. These portable pots can be placed in public areas, such as a park.
The portable growing pots contain a set of wheels, which allows the users to move them wherever they want. Another feature of 'The Babylon Project' pots are locked storage compartments where the owners can store their gardening tools. The pots are made from eco-friendly, heavy duty plastics.
The Babylon Project Offers Well-Maintained Green Cities
1. Portable Urban Gardening - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop advanced technology for self-watering and space-saving portable gardens.
2. Eco-friendly Gardening Solutions - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create sustainable materials and practices for portable garden containers.
3. Community Garden Spaces - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Design modular systems to optimize shared gardening spaces in urban environments.
1. Sustainable Agriculture - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Integrate smart technology and automation for efficient portable urban gardening solutions.
2. Plastic Manufacturing - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop eco-friendly plastics specifically designed for portable garden containers.
3. Urban Planning - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Implement flexible infrastructure for incorporating portable community garden spaces in city planning.