How Brazilian cities are boosting sustainable agriculture

sao paulo sustainable agriculture

Brazil is known worldwide as a huge agricultural power. But despite being one of the top food producers in the world, the country is still grappling with such challenges as finding sustainable ways to farm and sharing the wealth of fields with the overall population. Recently, some agriculture initiatives arose or boosted their presence in Brazilian cities, establishing themselves as new alternatives towards food security and providing better living conditions for citizens.

Some of these examples came in São Paulo, the 12-million population megacity dotted with skyscrapers and little obvious green space. At first glance, it is the last place...

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