Team ROSHNI

MUMBAI, INDIA

Our Team

On Time, On Target / Published November 7, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

On Time, On Target

Post-it Fiends / Published November 7, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

Post-it Fiends

Idea Parking Space! / Published November 6, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

Idea Parking Space!

World’s 10 most populated countries by 2050 / Published November 3, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

World’s 10 most populated countries by 2050

The global population is currently about 7.3 billion. The UN estimates that by 2050, that number will grow to 9.7 billion. By 2100, 11.2 billion people will have to cram together on the Earth’s surface. UN says there’s an 80 percent chance that the population could be as low as 9.4 or as high as 10 billion in 2050.
With that world’s 10 most populated countries by 2050 determined by most upto date info provided by the UN with numerous factors like current growth rates, migration, fertility, population age and mortality rate are

country: predicted/current population
india: 1.62b / 1.27b
china: 1.38b / 1.37b
nigeria: 440m/ 183m
usa: 400m / 321m
indonesia: 321m / 255m
pakistan: 271m/ 190m
brazil: 231m / 204m
bangladesh: 201m/ 155m
ethiopia: 187m/ 90m
phillippines: 157m/ 101m
m:milliom, b:billion

over all, world will gain about 2.4 billion people by 2050 i.e 34% of the current population

GROW HERE, EAT HERE! / Published November 3, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

GROW HERE, EAT HERE!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hGP_MyZq8U

The usefulness and advantages of vertical farming as explained by Caleb Harper.

Our Mission

The challenge of attaining food sufficiency at a global level cannot be tackled simply by scaling up the existing methods of production. This is because there just won’t be enough cultivable land area left to sustain the agricultural demand in the next 50 years. In addition, the current ways of farming are highly unsustainable and inefficient since a majority of farmers have to still depend on the vagaries of the weather. Worse still, the indiscriminate use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides would render even less land suitable of cultivation other than having adverse effects on our health. We propose to adopt a more innovative method of agrarian production, which is less affected by externalities and more flexible in terms of year round production rather than season dictated. We believe that newer methods of artificial cultivation is the way forward and hope to improvise and customize this technique so that it can be implemented at a much higher scale and over a broader range of produce.

Our Background

On Time, On Target / Published November 7, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

On Time, On Target

Post-it Fiends / Published November 7, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

Post-it Fiends

Idea Parking Space! / Published November 6, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

Idea Parking Space!

World’s 10 most populated countries by 2050 / Published November 3, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

World’s 10 most populated countries by 2050

The global population is currently about 7.3 billion. The UN estimates that by 2050, that number will grow to 9.7 billion. By 2100, 11.2 billion people will have to cram together on the Earth’s surface. UN says there’s an 80 percent chance that the population could be as low as 9.4 or as high as 10 billion in 2050.
With that world’s 10 most populated countries by 2050 determined by most upto date info provided by the UN with numerous factors like current growth rates, migration, fertility, population age and mortality rate are

country: predicted/current population
india: 1.62b / 1.27b
china: 1.38b / 1.37b
nigeria: 440m/ 183m
usa: 400m / 321m
indonesia: 321m / 255m
pakistan: 271m/ 190m
brazil: 231m / 204m
bangladesh: 201m/ 155m
ethiopia: 187m/ 90m
phillippines: 157m/ 101m
m:milliom, b:billion

over all, world will gain about 2.4 billion people by 2050 i.e 34% of the current population

GROW HERE, EAT HERE! / Published November 3, 2015 by Sameer Chourasia

GROW HERE, EAT HERE!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hGP_MyZq8U

The usefulness and advantages of vertical farming as explained by Caleb Harper.

Our Team

Our Mission

The challenge of attaining food sufficiency at a global level cannot be tackled simply by scaling up the existing methods of production. This is because there just won’t ...Read More

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The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.