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Where Does Food Come From For These 7 million People?

Touch the Soil News #1339 (Feature photo – Singapore Coat of Arms – CCA SA 3.0 Unported, Xavi Garcia)

The small nation of Singapore is mostly urbanized on an island near the equator. It has a problem – it must import 90 percent of the food its citizens must eat. With the United Nations calling for urban metros to start embracing urban farming, the question is will that work for Singapore?

Brink journalist Darren Tan brings us the insight story about a nation’s food insecurity, which is relevant to all other nations to varying degrees. You can read the story here:

http://www.brinknews.com/food-security-is-a-huge-threat-to-singapore-is-urban-farming-the-answer/

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