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En esta sección encontrará los recursos (diversos documentos, informes, videos, etc.) publicados por la Iniciativa «4 por 1000» y sus Socios.

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«The 4 per 1000 goal and soil carbon storage under agroforestry and conservation agriculture systems in sub-Saharan Africa» – 2019 – CIRAD/ M.Corbeels, R.Cardinael, K.Naudin, H.Guibert & E.Torquebiau

Marc Corbeels & al. - CIRAD. The 4‰ initiative launched by the French government at COP21 in Paris in December 2015 aspires to increase global soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks at a rate of 0.4% per year.

A presentation of the «4 per 1000 » Initiative in 5 minutes – 2021 – «4 per 1000» Initiative executive Secretariat

Despite the drastic efforts already made, more is needed to stop global warming. An essential and substantive solution exists: carbon sequestration in Agricultural and forest soils... Watch the presentation

«The «4 per 1000» Initiative: Opportunities, limitations and challenges for implementing soil organic carbon sequestration as a sustainable development strategy – 2019 – C.Rumpel, F.Amiraslani, C.Chenu & al

Climate change adaptation, mitigation and food security may be addressed at the same time by enhancing soil organic carbon (SOC) sequestration through environmentally sound land management practices.

Movie: «Kiss The Ground: Regenerative Agriculture, The solution is right under your feet» – 2020

Scientific experts and activists describe how soil can be the key to the fight against climate change and for the preservation of the planet - Directed by Rebecca and Josh Tickell and narrated by Woody Harrelson, September 2020.

«The global potential for increased storage of carbon on land» – 2022 – Walker & al

Wayne S. Walker, Seth R. Gorelik, Susan C. Cook-Patton, and Bronson W. Griscom in PNAS - May 31, 2022 Despite ...

«Special Report on Climate Change» – 2019 – Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

The chapters posted are the Final Government Draft versions. They are subject to correction, copy-editing, layout and “trickleback” adjustments to the text of the full report to ensure consistency with the approved Summary for Policymakers

«The Nationally determined Contribution Expert Tool (NEXT): A Comprehensive Greenhouse Gas Accounting Tool to Support Annual Environmental Impact Assessment Over a 30-Year Time Series in the Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use Sector» – 2022 – L.S.Schiettecatte, P.Audebert, V.Umulisa, D.Dionisio & M.Bernoux

Laure-Sophie Schiettecatte, Philip Audebert, Viviane Umulisa, Daniel Dionisio and Martial Bernoux in Frontiers in ...

«The policy challenges to managing global soil resources» – 2020 – Ronald Amundson

Ronald Amundson in Elsevier ScienceDirect Geoderma Vol.379 - 1 December 2020

«Putting Carbon back where it belongs: the potential of carbon sequestration in the soil» – 2019 – UN Environment Foresight

Soil’s contribution to climate change, through the oxidation of soil carbon, is important. However, soils – and thus agriculture - can play a major role in mitigating climate change.

«The role of industry and the private sector in promoting the “4 per 1000” initiative and other negative emission technologies» – 2020 – Rattan Lal

Rattan Lal in Elsevier ScienceDirect Geoderma Vol.378 - 15 November 2020

«The Role of Soil Carbon Sequestration in Enhancing Human Resilience in Tackling Global Crises including Pandemics» – 2022 – C.RUMPEL & al

Cornelia Rumpel, Farshad Amiraslani, Deborah Bossio, Claire Chenu, Beverley Henry, Alejandro Fuentes Espinoza, ...

«The root of the matter: Linking root traits and soil organic matter stabilization processes» – 2018 – V.Poirier, C.Roumet & A.D.Munson

Vincent Poirier, Catherine Roumet, Alison D.Munson. Plant roots contribute substantially to the formation of stable soil organic matter (SOM), and there is evidence that species differ in their contribution to SOM stabilization.