Closing the Food-Waste-Farming Cycle: Composting and Urban Agriculture in Cameroon and Switzerland
The promotion of composting for urban agriculture has great potential to mitigate global climate change. Composting reduces the uncontrolled decomposition of organic waste that contributes to green-house gas emissions and its use in agriculture helps sequester carbon from the atmosphere.
René Véron and his team thought about What are the barriers and opportunities for compost-based urban farming and gardening in Dschang, Cameroon and Lausanne, Switzerland.
This is a SNIS founded project, hosted by the University of Lausanne.
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