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It is estimated that over half of agricultural land in Mexico is degraded, that is, it experiences a loss of fertility (or capacity) to produce food or conserve its vegetation. To combat soil erosion and degradation, the "Program for the Promotion of Sustainable Land Management" (ProTierras) was implemented since 2016, with FAO being the agency responsible for the supervision and provision of technical advice in coordination with the government of Mexico (SEMARNAT and SADER)*. The funding for this project was provided by the Global Environment Facility (GEF).


The Global Soil Partnership is collecting information on soil biodiversity in your country.

Link to the ONLINE SURVEY.

Deadline for completing the survey is 8 September 2019.


The Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils (ITPS) held its tenth working session from 13 to 17 May 2019, during the Global Symposium on Soil Erosion (GSER 19) at FAO Headquarters in Rome. The report of the meeting has just been released and is available online.


The Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB50) was held from 17 to 27 June 2019 in Bonn, Germany under the aegis of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). SB50 hosted a wide range of events, meetings, and negotiating sessions that set the stage for raising ambition to curb greenhouse gas emissions, accelerate resilience-building efforts, and ensure that climate policy is built on a solid foundation of the best available science and knowledge. SB50 is the preliminary step towards a successful COP25 in Chile in December 2019.



Enhancing soil carbon stocks allows to mitigate increasing contents of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and at the same time improve food security and climate change resilience.