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The solution will most likely be based on a large 40-foot isothermal sea container, with a fully autonomous production farm, which will allow for recycling of these devices and have a positive impact on the environment. If applied on a large scale in urban centres, the project would make it possible to produce basic food products in a sustainable way and in sufficient quantities to meet extended needs thanks to an efficient water cycle. It would also make it possible to restore the ecosystems of large tracts of land that have suffered from agricultural pressure. It is a return to the ecological value of nature to achieve an increase in soil carbon levels, restore ecosystem functions / services and greater CO₂ sequestration thanks to the cultivation of perennials.The project makes it possible to exploit abandoned or unused urban spaces and buildings. Container farming takes into account the strong impact of poor urbanisation of the territory and aims to redevelop the spaces.