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.