However, undertaking this idea may seem as the best way but it will require so many resources for it to be successful especially in the long run. In urban areas, there is scarce land for the increasing population, let alone farming in the same. Maintaining farming activities in the urban area will also require a lot of energy compared to farming in rural areas, which is a very scarce resource.
Farming in the urban area will result in improvement of the environment with the crops helping with the regulation of fresh air, while planting of the trees will ensure that the environment is well preserved (Mougeot 96). Though the environment may seem to improve from urban farming, there are circumstances where urban farming may have negative effects on the environment especially during floods. Urban soil cannot hold up well during floods because over the years, it has been weakened by various activities in urban areas. In the future, the idea of urban farming may have more negative impacts on the people living in the cities, as well as the environment. It may seem as the best thing for the people in the short term, but in the long term rural farming should be encouraged and supported to ensure enough provision of products to the urban people.
In the future, there are resources that would be needed more than today and the way we live right now will greatly affect the same in future (Dernbach 620). There are several important resources, but the two which are really important to the whole planet and without which life would be very difficult are water and energy. Every scientific indication has shown that with the kind of life today’s human beings are leading, these two resources may be very hard to have in the future. Most of the water bodies are decreasing while fossils that provide oil and other products for energy are being used up in various industries around the planet. Without water or energy, there would