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World problems related to food and water deserve particular attention. Malthus, more than two centuries ago, wrote that food shortages will lead to famine, wars, and mass migration (Malthus, 1798). By today, in several parts of the world, these predictions became true. We believe that the food production technology aquaponics may significantly contribute to the amelioration of these problems, especially, since it can be integrated in urban agriculture with ease.
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