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09-12-2020

There is increasing attention on the importance of biodiversity for food security and nutrition, especially above-ground biodiversity such as plants and animals. However, less attention is being paid to the biodiversity beneath our feet, soil biodiversity, which drives many processes that produce food or purify soil and water. This summary for policy makers presents the key findings of the main report and is the result of an inclusive process involving more than 300 scientists from around the world under the auspices of the FAO’s Global Soil Partnership and its Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils, the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative and the European Commission. The summary for policy makers presents concisely the state of knowledge on soil biodiversity, the threats to it and the solutions that soil biodiversity can provide to problems in different fields. This report is a valuable contribution to raising awareness of the importance of soil biodiversity and highlighting its role in finding solutions to today's global threats.

09-12-2020

There is increasing attention to the importance of biodiversity for food security and nutrition, especially above-ground biodiversity such as plants and animals. However, less attention is being paid to the biodiversity beneath our feet, soil biodiversity, which drives many processes that produce food or purify soil and water. This report is the result of an inclusive process involving more than 300 scientists from around the world under the auspices of the FAO’s Global Soil Partnership and its Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils, the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative, and the European Commission. It presents concisely the state of knowledge on soil biodiversity, the threats to it, and the solutions that soil biodiversity can provide to problems in different fields. It also represents a valuable contribution to raising awareness of the importance of soil biodiversity and highlighting its role in finding solutions to today's global threats.

07-10-2020

With the aim of sharing its position about different soil topics or issues, the Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils (ITPS) created the ITPS Soil Letters as a wide channel of dissemination. On a regular basis, the Soil letters will cover topics related to soils. In its first issue of September 2020, the ITPS defines the concept of "soil health". PDF URL | FAO card

22-09-2020

This document provides technical specifications and guidance for the generation of national Soil Organic Carbon Sequestration Potential (GSOCseq) maps at 1km resolution for agricultural lands, based on a ‘bottom-up’, country-driven approach. SOC stocks 0-30 cm of mineral soils shall be projected over a 20-year period after adoption of Sustainable Soil Management (SSM) practices oriented to increase carbon inputs to cropland and grassland soils.

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18-09-2020

Salt-affected soils such as saline or sodic soils are distributed in all continents at various levels of problem intensity. They are soils with high amounts of soluble salts and/or sodium ions. An updated information of their distribution and drivers is a first step towards their sustainable management. This book provides technical guidelines and approach for developing a harmonized multiscale soil information of salt-affected soils. 

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