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Growing Food – In a Nation That Is All City

Positive Future News #912 (Feature Photo – Singapore – CCA 2.0 Generic, Ray in Manila)

Singapore, a nation established by the British Empire 200 years ago, has an urban population of 5.5 million. Only 1 percent of the nation’s 283 square miles is farmland. Having to import 95 percent of its food, the nation is vulnerable to global prices and volatilities. Singapore now has a national mission to expand urban farming anywhere it can. Singapore is also a model for other densely population nations and cities around the world. You can read the story here:

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