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Tags: SDGs | sdgcasestudy | garden | responsible consumption | food growing | Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
In 2016, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland established a rooftop garden with the aim to gain some greenspace in a city centre where greenspace is limited. The garden, managed by the estate department, is used to grow vegetables which are grown organically and form part of the supply of the Conservatoire's catering outlet.
Growing vegetables to provide food that is grown locally and organically and by using compost made on-site, the Rooftop Garden contributes to SDG12 as it reduces the impact of food consumption.
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