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Solving Singapore’s food waste problem

Singapore imports 90% of its food and 744,000 tonnes of this was wasted in 2019.

Seventeen-year-old Shan needs to seek out out about potential options to the problem. He says that trying into the problem opened his eyes to the “sheer scale of food wastage”, however he discovered that tackling waste may also help the neighborhood in addition to saving food.

This video is a part of Project 17, a BBC World Service sequence produced in partnership with the Open University, through which 17-year-olds world wide take a look at progress on the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Filmed by Md Shukor Bin KasmuniProduced by Eleanor LayheEdited by Woody Morris

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