Agricultural soils and how we manage them play a key role in climate change. Since its start almost four years ago, the EJP SOIL research program has sought to understand how the soil functions from a climate perspective and reacts to different cultivation and management methods. What trade-offs are needed to achieve long-term climate-smart agriculture? This and much more will be discussed during this webinar. Welcome!
When? 13-15, November 6th
Who is it for? The webinar is aimed at those who work with agriculture and climate and are curious about current research.
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This webinar highlights the role of soil in climate change and discusses climate adaptation and mitigation measures in agriculture. What trade-offs are needed to achieve long-term climate-smart agriculture? How can soil processes that contribute to increased climate adaptation be stimulated? What are the benefits and side effects of carbon storage?