Non-FAO resources

A snail, a worm and a group of young people are some of the characters who star in ‘Living in the Soil,’ a comic produced in the context of ‘The International Year of Soils’ that aims to raise awareness about the most significant environmental and social issues related to soil...
Region: Europe
Country: Spain
Organization: SECS-Galicia
NICOLE’s work over the last 19 years has aligned with all the IYS goals through its continual advocacy of sustainable land management and remediation practises.
This year the Innsbruck Nature Film Festival calls to send in films about soils. For the first time there is a separate category for films concerning soils which also has its own film award. Each film is an important contribution to raise the awareness for soil.
Region: Europe
Country: Austria
Type: other
This Happy Families card game, in the style of Go Fish!, will transport you into the secret world under your feet. Discover the hidden organisms that inhabit the soil, how they live, and how to study them.
Region: Europe
Country: France
Organization: GESSOL
Learn about soils, the variety of life they contain and how humans impact this fragile system, with this free online course.
Un caracol, una lombriz y un grupo de jóvenes son algunos de los personajes que protagonizan 'Vivir en el suelo', un cómic producido en el marco delAño Internacional de los Suelos que pretende concienciar acerca de la problemática medioambiental del suelo y la necesidad de su protección.
Region: Europe
Country: Spain
Organization: Ciudad Ciencia
Our goal is to make research on food and agriculture known to the public. 
Region: Europe
Country: Norway
Type: website
Organization: KORE
En este enlace podras encontrar las acciones que promueve la Sociedad Española de la Ciencia del Suelo (SECS) en el marco del AIS.
Region: Europe
Country: Spain
Type: website
Organization: SECS
With humankind and the planet facing the converging threats of climate change, natural resource depletion and ecosystem collapse, ensuring that global agricultural systems can feed our burgeoning population, are sustainable and can both endure and help mitigate these threats could not be more vital.
We are the UK's leading membership charity campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use.