How mattresses could solve hunger – BBC News

By | February 16, 2020

How mattresses could solve hunger – BBC News
How mattresses could solve hunger – BBC News
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I’M making out streamers out very limited space and really limited resources. Urban environments face a changing climate and there’s limited resources in the future. If that’s a real estate, dr. David Coburn in the hydroponic garden, Opa prof. how important is a swag and in the context of that whole career, I’ve been all sorts of things in my life. I would synchrotrons Newton’s catching facilities. I’M fading rest of my life is. The difference would be able to make two people’s lives with a tiny little bit, tired from the whole load of local ingenuity.

Syrian refugees at Zaatari camp in Jordan and scientists from the University of Sheffield are working together to create a way to grow healthy, fresh food with nothing but water and old mattress foam.

These ‘recycled gardens’ use the mattresses in place of the soil, which solves two problems in one: It reuses the mountain of plastic mattresses that have piled up in the camp and it allows everyone to grow fresh food in a crowded, desert environment.

Victoria Gill has been to the camp in Jordan to see how it’s working.

Produced by Vanessa Clarke. Filmed and edited by Stephen Fildes.

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