From sky farms to lab-grown shrimp, Singapore eyes food future

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From sky farms to lab-grown shrimp, Singapore eyes food futureWith tiered fish farms, vegetable plots atop office buildings and lab-grown shrimp, the island aims to beef up its own food production and rely less on imports to feed its 5.6 million people. Singapore produces about 10% of its food but as climate change and population growth threatens global food supplies, it aims to raise that to 30% by 2030 under a plan known as '30-by-30'. With only 1% of Singapore's 724 sq km (280 sq miles) land area devoted to agriculture and production costs higher than the rest of Southeast Asia, the pressure is on new urban farmers to answer the government's call to 'grow more with less'.


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