By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – During Environment Week, experts discuss deforestation, pollution, and waste residues. In São Paulo, South America’s largest city, discussions around what to do with the thousands of tons of waste produced every day by residents and visitors are constantly on the agenda of environmentalists and city officials.

Creative solutions have been found, including Latin America’s most extensive underground spice garden, maintained with the organic residues collected by building administrators at the Patio Victor Malzoni building, located on one of São Paulo city’s busiest avenues.

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