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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Farming in the sky in Singapore
An urban agriculture venture in Singapore hopes to increase the country's resilience and food security with a new rooftop garden technology.
Japan’s urban agriculture: cultivating sustainability and well-being
Farming in cities can boost local ecosystem services, from food provisioning to heat-island mitigation.
Farming in the concrete jungle
UN University agriculture researcher finds out the costs and benefits of growing her own vegetables in Tokyo's urban sprawl.
My green team
New York City 9th grader Elizabeth Adesanya writes about her efforts to live sustainably.
Links to local food
Growing crops on golf courses can become a valuable local solution to problems like food self-sufficiency and community health.
Growing food movements
Growing awareness of climate change and peak oil are leading to growing food movements in the Global North.
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