Sewage could be vital to feeding the world


By Fred Pearce URBAN agriculture is destined to rely increasingly on water and nutrients from sewage, even though irrigation with untreated waste water is currently banned in many countries. Half the urban fields in developing countries are already irrigated with raw sewage. The practice is illegal in many parts of the world because of possible health dangers. But as the world faces escalating shortages of both water and food,
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