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Malaysian urban dwellers 'reclaim' city land, one garden at a time
by Beh Lih Yi
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
13 June 2021
On 13 June 2021 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Amid the high rises that tower over the Malaysian capital, tiny community gardens are taking shape in a trend that has seen urban dwellers staking claims to the city -- one plot at a time. ... The U.N.'s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) promotes urban farming as a way to ensure food security amid rapid urbanization, while in fast-ageing countries like Singapore, it is also used to tackle loneliness among the elderly.
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