Eurosoil 2021: Connecting people and soil
It’s time to start spreading the word - early bird registrations and late breaking contribution submissions for #Eurosoil2021 are open! Join us for this virtual collaborative journey in Connecting People and Soil online in 2021 as we share research globally and maximise opportunities for interaction and networking.
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The future of sustainable soil management and its impact on all industries is crucial to every person on the planet and we need as many voices as possible to spread this important message.
The Eurosoil 2021 programme is structured around, but not limited to, selected Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.
It’s time to start spreading the word - early bird registrations and late breaking contribution submissions for #Eurosoil2021 are open!
The objective of Eurosoil 2021 is to bring together, in a safe online space, leading research scientists working on soil related topics and stakeholders dealing with issues of public concern, such as soil degradation and consequences of climatic changes. The important bridging role of soil practitioners to translate scientific knowledge into practice will be emphasised during the virtual edition of Eurosoil 2021.
EJP SOIL Coordinator, Prof Claire Chenu, Keynote speaker at Eurosoil 2021
Claire Chenu has been nominated Special Ambassador of Soils in 2015 by the FAO. She is vice chair of the Scientific and Technical Committee of the 4 per 1000 initiative. She coordinates the recently launched H2020 Cofund European Joint Programme "SOIL".
Claire Chenu is Research Director at INRAE and Professor of Soil Science at AgroParisTech. Her research deals with soil organic carbon: dynamics, stabilisation processes, and the effect of cropping practices on soil C stocks. She is very involved in the science-policy-practice interface and in awareness-raising activities on soils.