CSAb supports 2018 global soil organic carbon survey

1 October 2018

CSAb partner the CIRCASA project (Coordination of International Research Cooperation on soil CArbon Sequestration in Agriculture) is conducting a survey into the role of Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) management for climate change mitigation and sustainable development. Findings will be used to strengthen the coordination and synergies in EU and global research on soil organic carbon (SOC) sequestration in agricultural soils, leading to an improved understanding of SOC and practical ways to preserve it.

If you are a farmer, landowner, public official, a non-profit organisation, private business, in academia, a member of civil society, a government authority, or dealing with soil organic carbon management in any other way, the CIRCASA project team would love to hear your opinions.

The survey takes around 30 mins to complete and is available in seven languages until 31 October.

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