Глобальное почвенное партнерство

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4 DECEMBER 2020 | Online on Zoom

Time: 13:00 - 14:30 CET


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The special issue entitled “Global approaches to assessing, monitoring, mapping, and remedying soil pollution” reflects some examples of the research presented during the Global Symposium on Soil Pollution (GSOP18) held at the Headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Rome from 2 to 4 May 2018. 


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The animation gives a brief introduction on the main drivers, the key functions and challenges of soil biodiversity loss, indicating possible ways to enhance soil biodiversity as a nature-based solution.

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When Sumith Bandara and Nisansala Lakmali decided to start home gardening, they had visions of lump vegetables, juicy fruits and aromatic herbs nestled in a lush garden. On an abandoned plot of land adjacent to their home, the couple started the project with only a little bit space and a sprinkling of knowledge, but their visions took seed. Making their dream a reality, though, was not that simple.


A heartfelt thanks to all participants of the Soil Biodiversity contest.

In the framework of the Global Symposium on Soil Biodiversity (GSOBI21), FAO, and its Global Soil Partnership (GSP) launched a photo and video contest on soil biodiversity. 

Unfortunately, due to the world pandemic, GSOBI21 has been postponed to 2 - 5 February 2021. In light of the Symposium, the soil biodiversity photo and video contest helped push the soil biodiversity agenda further to the public.