CUHK Research Hints at Feasibility of Sustainable Farming Practices as a Means to Resolve the Worsening Food Crisis and Air Pollution Problem
Using advanced computer models, Prof. Amos P. K. Tai of the Earth System Science Programme teamed up with Prof. Hon-ming Lam of the School of Life Sciences found that intercropping enables higher productivity in crops with less synthetic fertilizers and hence reduces the air pollutants…
Research findings were published in Environmental Research Letters, an internationally renowned scientific journal covering research on all aspects of environmental science.
Fung, K. M., Tai, A. P. K., Yong, T., Liu, X., & Lam, H. M. (2019). Co-benefits of intercropping as a sustainable farming method for safeguarding both food security and air quality. Environmental Research Letters.