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GSP conducted an online interview Dr Diana Wall, a renowned soil ecologist and environmental scientist, and the keynote speaker for the Global Symposium on Soil Biodiversity (GSOBI20). Dr. Wall addressed the main constraints and obstacles in considering soil biodiversity as a nature-based solution to today’s global challenges, provided some key methods to address these obstacles, and the implementation methods. Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity

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.

Authors: Bulent Sonmez; Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, General Directorate of Agricultural Research and Policies, Konya Soil Water and Combating Desertification Research Institute. This video tells the story of the Karapınar Region of Turkey, a region that experienced severe wind erosion due to deforestation.

Producers: Alejandro Gallego Barrera; SLU (Tekieroverde). The cultivation of olive trees in the Mediterranean basin occupies approximately 7.5 million hectares affecting the quality of soils in the region.

Producers: Jean Claude Habimama; RECARWANDA24 (Rwanda Environment Communicators Association). Land degradation and soil erosion are among the main challenges faced by smallholder farmers in Rwanda.

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