Legumes can play a significant role in the context of the climate crisis due to their unique characteristics including nitrogen-fixing root nodules and high levels of protein.
The cultivation and consumption of legumes offer multiple benefits that contribute to climate change mitigation, agricultural sustainability, and environmental stewardship.
Moderated by Prof. Dr. Svetlana Balešević Tubić and Lavdosh Ferruni, this free online event will explore some of the ways in which legumes can contribute to these goals.
If you’re interested in learning more about the role of legumes in the context of the climate crisis, we invite you to join this event. You can register through the link on the right of this page.
• Introduction (Prof. Dr. Svetlana Balešević Tubić, Seed Association of Serbia)
• Climate-resilient agriculture/cultivation practices (Marjana Vasiljević, researcher in the field of cultivation practices, Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops Novi Sad)
• Research/breeding (Dr. Vuk Đorđević, breeder, Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops Novi Sad)
• Conclusion focusing on nutrition and food systems (Prof. Dr. Svetlana Balešević Tubić, Seed Association of Serbia)
• Discussion (Lavdosh Ferruni, Organic Agriculture Association & Adam Alexander, author of The Seed Detective)
If you have any questions please contact Lisa Hoffmann via .
Registration is closed for this event.