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This technical report is a companion report to the GSOCmap V1.5.0. It presents methodologies and process of compiling the Global Soil organic Carbon Map (GSOCmap). Countries agreed on the methodology to produce the map and were trained on modern tools and methodologies to develop national maps. The Global Soil Partnership gathered all national maps to produce the final product, ensuring a thorough harmonization process. PDF URL | FAO card


World Soil Day (WSD) 2019 'Stop soil erosion, Save our future' was celebrated with over 560 events taking place in 100 countries across the world. Official ceremonies were held in Rome, New York, Tunis, Uppsala, Lisbon, Dhaka, Bangkok, and Sochi. The report summarizes the key results of the campaign.


RECSOIL is designed to address the key challenges humanity faces today within an enabling framework integrated by a series of institutions and commitments related to climate change and sustainability. The main objective of the programme is to support and improve the national and regional GHG mitigation and carbon sequestration initiatives.

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The Soil Loss Atlas of Malawi builds a comprehensive picture of soils in the country by examining different types of soil loss and their drivers across the 27 districts of Malawi. The publication captures information on soil types, land cover and land use types, topography, mean annual rainfall, soil loss rates and soil nutrient loss rates. PDF URL | FAO card


This document summarizes the online discussion Mainstreaming gender for sustainable soil management, held on the FAO Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) from 23 September to 25 October 2019. The document collects views from a wide range of stakeholders about the relations between gender equality and sustainable soil management.