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The COVID-19 pandemic is testing the ability of societies to survive an extreme global situation. Throughout history, humanity has gone through many cataclysms and disasters, but this is the first time in the Anthropocene that we face a crisis spanning the whole planet. The global character of this crisis sheds a new light on how to ensure food security, which will increasingly depend on sufficient areas of fertile agricultural soils close to population centres. Healthy soils form our most necessary natural resource for food production, on which human existence is dependent...

In the following manustcript, published on SOIL, the Intergovernmental Panel on Soils share its understanding of the crucial role played by sustainable soil management in the new global reality. Appropriate soil management is imperative for solving and anticipating food security and nutrition requirements that governments and individuals will face in the post-pandemic world.

We are pleased to inform you that the following manuscript is published as preprint in SOILD, the scientific discussion forum of SOIL. The preprint is accessible and open for interactive public discussion until 25 Aug 2020 at:

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The Global Soil Partnership (GSP), had the pleasure to interview Dr Diana H. Wall, one of the world key experts in soil biodiversity. Dr Diana Wall is an elected member of the National Academy of Sciences and the keynote speaker for the Global Symposium on Soil Biodiversity (GSOBI20)—which is postponed to 2021—and the Director & Professor of Colorado State University, School of Global Environmental Sustainability and the department of Biology in Fort Collins, Colorado. Dr Diana Wall is the 2013 Laureate of the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement. 

The online interview was conducted through the Zoom platform.


The Global Soil Laboratory Network (GLOSOLAN) established in the framework of FAO and the Global Soil Partnership (GSP) is launching today the first ever-global customs control procedure database SIMPLE - Soil IMPort Legislation.  




Más de 2 000 millones de hectáreas de tierras antes productivas están ahora degradadas

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