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The unsustainable way our food is currently being grown, distributed and consumed contributes massively to global warming and biodiversity loss. But food can also be a solution to climate change and enable cities to become more climate resilient.
Other stories this month: how growing food empowers local school children and their homeless neighbours, the incredible potential of unused urban spaces for food production and a surprising tool one librarian used to grow over 200 varieties of vegetables.
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