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More Food for Uncertain Times – Rooftop Gardens

Positive Future #807 (Feature photo – The Seal of Bangkok – public domain)

Global economic sanctions against non-essential workers does not protect the lives of non-essential workers. Those without jobs, healthcare or housing are a risk to health crisis from insufficient calories due to insufficient purchasing power. Complicating the issues is the retraction of global trade – compromising the purchasing power of farmers that need to sell and food-insecure nations that need to buy.

CNA news brings us the story of how Bangkok – a metro area of 15 million people in Thailand – is realizing that more must be done about access to food locally. You can read the story here:

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