Is urban farming really sustainable? Is it the same throughout the world? Why should look at it holistically?
Shalini Patwal, an infrastructure development consultant passionate about climate change and sustainability, particularly in the context of water joins me on this episode to share her views on the impact of urban farming on the water infrastructure.
Why equity and equality of access to water are two aspects that you should consider?
Why buying organic produce from farmers is a better alternative?
Urban farming can be done if the location, crop selection and technique are right. Being conscious of the right technique is essential for all level of urban farmers.
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About Shalini Patwal
Infrastructure development consultant passionate about climate change and sustainability, particularly in the context of water. Over the past 16 years, she has been engaged in the entire project lifecycle from ideation, design management, procurement, implementation, compliance management, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), completion evaluations and impact assessments with government agencies, ADB, FCO, etc.