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Why is 2015 the International Year of Soils?
Dr Barry Rawlins from the British Geological Survey gives an introduction as to why soils are important to us all and introduces 2015 the International Year of Soils.
January: Soils Sustain Life
Soil is one of the four things we cannot live without. Soil, Water, Air and Sunlight are needed for all life as we know it. Soils cover the upper crust of the earth. This video series, produced by SSSA, will introduce you to the important topic of soils as a precious natural resource.
Nature Is Speaking – Edward Norton is The Soil | Conservation International (CI)
Julia Roberts, Harrison Ford, Kevin Spacey, Edward Norton, Penélope Cruz, Robert Redford and Ian Somerhalder all join forces to give nature a voice.
Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils -- boosting sustainable soil management
The Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils (ITPS) was established at the first Plenary Assembly of the Global Soil Partnership held at FAO Headquarters in June, 2013.

The Science of Soil Health: Soil Feeds Plants, and Vice Versa
In the world of production agriculture our attention is only focused on what plants take out of the soil. But what if that's only half the story?
Feliz Día Mundial del Suelo!
El suelo es un recurso natural finito. En la escala temporal humana, no es renovable. Sin embargo, a pesar del rol esencial que el suelo desempeña para el sustento humano, existe una creciente degradación de este recurso a nivel mundial.

El Suelo: un recurso oculto
El suelo es un recurso natural limitado, pero su rol en la seguridad alimentaria es crucial. Bajo el escenario actual de cambio climático y la continua degradación del suelo, los agricultores sufren para proteger y conservar suelos fértiles.

Apoya el Dia Mundial del Suelo, y el Año Internacional de los Suelos 2015
El suelo es un recurso natural no-renovable. Lo necesitamos para producir....... alimento, forraje, vestimenta, refugio y energía. El suelo es esencial para un planeta saludable y con bienestar .

Save Our Soils
A video about the global soil problem and the organic solution

Soil Carbon Monitoring in Tanzania
Deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries account for nearly 20% of green house gas emissions worldwide, which is why estimating and reducing these emissions has become a key goal for the international community as the Rio+20 conference on sustainable development in June draws closer.

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