Partenariat mondial sur les sols

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From 19 to 21 May 2024, the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS) marked its centennial in Florence with three days of conferences, keynotes and parallel sessions addressing the needs of civil society in sectors such as agriculture, forestry, environment, urban planning, energy, education, and more.



The Twelfth Plenary Assembly of the Global Soil Partnership (GSP) took place at FAO headquarters from 3 to 5 June 2024, bringing together over 900 participants from academia, NGOs, farmers' associations, civil society organizations, and other UN agencies. This event aimed to exchange knowledge and make crucial decisions to define the global soil agenda.



Members of the Zambia Soil Laboratory Network (ZASOLAN) attended a 5-day training workshop designed to enhance the analytical capacities and proficiency in soil analysis techniques of soil testing laboratories across Zambia. Representatives from 12 soil testing laboratories participated in the event, held from the 6th to the 10th of May in Kabwe district, central province.  The workshop provided a platform for the ZASOLAN laboratories to interact with each other while building their capacity in soil analysis and promoting harmonization processes of soil analysis at the national level.



Rome – In conjunction with the 12th Plenary Assembly of the Global Soil Partnership, FAO Director-General QU Dongyu opened an exhibition that captures how policy action and collaboration amongst actors for healthy soils has manifested in success stories across Thailand and countries.

The “Journey to success: from dirt to living soils” exhibit, co-organized by FAO’s Global Soil Partnership and the Kingdom of Thailand showcases sustainable soil management practices that are locally adapted and community tailored.


Objective is improving and maintaining health of at least 50 percent of world's soils by 2030; FAO Director-General calls for political will, cooperation and investment

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