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Urban farmers on top of the world
Publishing date: 23.07.2011

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The future food supply system will need to be resilient in the face of uncertainty, be sustainable while meeting consumer expectations. The Conversation, July 22, 2011

With 87% of the Australian population living in urban areas, Australia is considered a highly urbanised country. Feeding all these people is becoming more fraught, but city buildings could be part of the solution.
Population growth is particularly significant in the major city areas, which are already home to 64% of the population.

Feeding large urban centres with sufficient and nutritious food is a challenge that Australia and many other countries have to face. Although the Federal government considers that “Australia is sheltered from immediate concerns about food shortages”, recent research studies tend to tell us otherwise.

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