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第一名获得者是玻利维亚的Aynoqás y Taqanas, 共有1,246选票!





这次视频比赛的参赛人员包括农民、推广人员、学生、研究人员、政策制定者、企业和非政府组织。 一共收到了25个视频。GSP根据主题、技术有效性、科学准确性、创造力和视频质量进行选择,选出了六个决赛入围作品。 然后公众有一周的时间在Youtube上投票选出他们最喜欢的视频。获胜者已经在研讨会闭幕式上进行了宣布。

1. Aynoq'as y Taqanas - Bolivia

Anthropogenic Soil Project IIDEPROQ – UMSA, in collaboration with Sociedad Boliviana de la Ciencia del Suelo - SBCS

Farmers in the Andean Highlands explain how Aynoq'as (long rotation practices) and Taqanas (terraces) reduce the effects of soil erosion in the region. Watch here

2. The signs of soil erosion - Burundi

Aad Kessler; PAPAB – Burundi, in collaboration with Wageningen UR - IFDC - RBU2000+

Bélyse, a farmer from Burundi, points out the signs and effects of soil erosion in her field. Watch here 

3. Mother Earth - Nepal

Prodèép Nëpalënsis; Sub-Tropical Horticulture Development Centre, Government of Nepal

A young boy watches his mother prepare a piece of land for cultivation and observes the soil’s fragility as it is blown away by the wind and washed away by water.
Watch here 

4. Promoting environmentally sustainable agriculture in Rwanda - Rwanda

Jean Claude Habimama; RECARWANDA24 - Rwanda Environment Communicators Association

A farmer and an agricultural extension officer explain how sustainable soil management practices like agroforestry and terracing are making a difference in Rwanda. Watch here

5. The impact of olive cultivation on soil erosion in the Mediterranean - Spain

Alejandro Gallego Barrera; SLU Tekieroverde

The intensive cultivation of olive trees in the Mediterranean basin increases the risk of soil erosion. Sustainable soil management practices can protect soils in the area. Watch here

6. The story of a reinvigoration in Karapınar, Central Anatolia - Turkey

Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, General Directorate of Agricultural Research and Policies; Konya Soil, Water and Combating Desertification Research Institute

The Karapınar Region in Turkey experienced severe wind erosion due to deforestation but the area is coming back to life thanks to the work of the Konya Soil, Water and Combating Desertification Research Institute. Watch here