Online Café: Socioeconomics and Ecophysiology of Asystatia Gangetica

Did you know that wild indigenous vegetables have the potential to circumvent the present effects of climate change on food security? 

There is a little-known green leafy “weed,” Asystasia gangetica ssp. micrantha, whose potential as a food resource has not been fully assessed. Its integration into the modern food system needs science-based advocacy and sensitization. 

Join us on Thursday, March 28, 2024, at 4:00 PM EAT/2:00 PM CET for another inspiring Online Café!  Our esteemed guests, Dr. James Shergold Epila-OtaraDr. Epila Jackie, and Prof. Dr. Ir. Kathy Steppe, will lead us in the socioeconomics and modern ecophysiological assessments of this remarkable “weed” with transformative potential for our modern food cultures. 

Register here.

Ready to be inspired?  

Best regards,
The IPBO team


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