Global Hunger and Malnutrition: A practical Tasmanian ‘food plant’ solution
April 8, 2015
Time: 8 pm
Royal Society Room, Customs House Building, TMAG
19 Davey St. Hobart (entry from Dunn Place)
The Royal Society of Tasmania invites you to attend a special lecture by Dr John Thorne AM and Ian Geard
All interested people are welcome. Admission is free
‘Food Plant Solutions’ is based on a huge data-base created by Tasmanian agricultural scientist Bruce French and made freely available to the world-wide organisation of volunteers, Rotary International. The data-base contains comprehensive information on at least 27,000 edible plants for all countries of the world.
The speakers will illustrate how the union of knowledge from the Tasmanian data-base combined with a variety of global volunteers is making a difference in at least 28 countries where hunger and malnutrition are challenges.
Event audience: Everyone