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With support from Cuba’s government, urban farmers in Havana are strengthening the city’s food security, The Architectural Review reports.
Urban farmers in Hong Kong aren’t deterred by the city’s lack of open space in their quest to produce local food, Slate reports.
A new rooftop farm in Singapore will harvest produce for hotels, restaurants and food vendors, Today Online reports.
Rapidly expanding cities are consuming prime agricultural land, the United Nations warns in a new report.
A subterranean farm proposed for London would grow fruits and vegetables in abandoned train tunnels, Inhabitat reports.
The stores, featuring cast-off goods from other retailers, have flourished across Europe in the economic downturn, The Sunday Times reports.
About 120 young city dwellers will be taught how to grow vegetables on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam, Addis Ababa, Lilongwe and Maputo, the Guardian reports.
Sustainable Cities Collective indicates that six cities are set to receive funding to hire officers whose job is to promote greater access to local food in their communities.
Planned modules are cheap, expandable, eco-friendly