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To Confront Child Mortality, Governments Must Prioritize Pollution and Food Sustainability

Such a recipe—high-output, low-impact agriculture—might sound impossible. However, as a FSI shows, some countries are already relocating towards that balance. And enlivening smaller-scale examples abound. Take Tanzania’s Kihamba agroforestry system: 120,000 hectares of tolerable tillage opposite Mount Kilimanjaro’s southern slopes, including bananas, vegetables, coffee and fish aquaculture, yield livelihoods for an estimated one million people. Or there’s a new rebirth of traditional, ecologically-minded tillage in China. In Wanzai, Jiangxi Province, a program of organic agriculture, including rice, ginger, soybean, strawberries and other money crops, involves 17,000 households and provides Wanzai County’s categorical growth strategy. Urban tillage initiatives—pioneered by countries such as Israel and Indonesia—also have an critical partial to play.

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