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Identified points of EJP SOIL evidence of contribution in relation to the objectives and policy options of a Soil Health Law perspective.
The overall objective of this 3rd internal call is to fund research projects open to EJP SOIL beneficiaries and linked third parties to fill research and development gaps identified by the “Roadmap for the European Joint Program SOIL” and the annual work program of the EJP SOIL for year three.
Licentiate student in Soil Nutrient Cycling focusing on organic
matter dynamics for a research project evaluating whether aboveground plant trait diversity affects the metabolic
response of soil microorganisms to carbon inputs.
This call will be open April 2022 with a closing date for proposals in September 2022.
The objective of this call is to foster farm management practices, which contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation.
The European Commission is looking for the best innovative ideas to advance the protection and restoration of soil health in Europe. Apply by 24 March 2022.
A database of European long-term field experiments data related to carbon sequestration enables maps and data for agricultural management options. These options take theoretical, biophysical and environmental, technical and economic constraints and potentials into consideration.
EJP SOIL scientists and high-class researchers from across Europe and the US were invited as lecturers to introduce their research on soil system sciences, emerging micro-analytical techniques and to engage in dialogue about the challenges and the future of the soil research discipline.
More than 600 stakeholders participated in the first EU Soil Observatory Stakeholder forum. The three-day event offered updates on recent EU policy developments. Contributions from EJP SOIL provided a basis for informed discussions on challenges facing soil.
11 new research projects and expertise join the efforts of enhancing the impact of the EJP SOIL programme. The objectives are to deepen our understanding of SOC sequestration, soil biodiversity and approaches to improve sustainability, resilience, health and productivity of soils.
EJP SOIL coordinator Clarie Chenu, INRAE, Presenter at 13-15, Session II: DEPLOYING CARBON REMOVAL SOLUTIONS.
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