Flies: An environmental food source in Chile?

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The United Nations is warning that climate change is on the brink of becoming irreversible. And that is pushing many to find ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions drastically.

Few would have thought to turn to insects, but as it turns out, the black soldier fly could become an environmental superhero.

Al Jazeera’s Lucia Newman reports from Talca in central Chile.

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