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Retrouvez dans cette rubrique les ressources (documents divers, rapports, vidéos, etc…) publiées par l’Initiative « 4 pour 1000 » et ses Partenaires.

“Soil Management for Sustainable Food Production and Environmental Protection” – 2018 – Mark Measures/W. CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST

WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST - Copyright © January 2018 by Mark Measures

“Matching policy and science: Rationale for the ‘4 per 1000 – soils for food security and climate’ initiative” – 2019 – JF.Soussana, S.Lutfalla, F.Ehrhardt, T.Rosenstock, C.Lamanna, P.Havlík, M.Richards, E.Wollenberg, JL.Chotte, E.Torquebiau, P.Ciais, P.Smith & R.Lal

Jean-François Soussana, Suzanne Lutfalla, Fiona Ehrhardt, Todd Rosenstock, Christine Lamanna, Petr Havlík, Meryl ...

“Meta-analysis on carbon sequestration through Conservation Agriculture in Africa” – 2019 – Emilio J. Gonzalez-Sanchez & al

Emilio J. Gonzalez-Sanchez, Oscar Veroz-Gonzalez, Gordon Conway, Manuel Moreno-Garcia, Amir Kassam, Saidi Mkomwa, ...

“Methods for the quantification of GHG emissions at the landscape level for developing countries in smallholder contexts” – 2013 – Eleanor Milne & al

Eleanor Milne, Henry Neufeldt, Todd Rosenstock, Mike Smalligan, Carlos Eduardo Cerri, Daniella Malin, Mark Easter, ...

“Microbial and plant-derived compounds both contribute to persistent soil organic carbon in temperate soils” – 2018 – P.Barré, K.Quénéa, A.Vidal & al

Pierre Barré, Katell Quénéa, Alix Vidal, Lauric Cécillon, Bent T.Christensen, Thomas Kätterer, Andy Macdonald, Léo ...

“Mitigation potential of soil carbon management overestimated by neglecting N2O emissions” – 2018 – E.Lugato, A.Leip & A.Jones

Emanuele Lugato, Adrian Leip & Arwyn Jones in Nature "Nature climate change" 8 - 26 February 2018

“Monitoring global carbon emissions in 2021” – 2022 – Liu, Z., Deng, Z., Davis, S.J. & al.

Zhu Liu, Zhu Deng, Steven J. Davis, Clement Giron & Philippe Ciais in Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 3 ...

“A global agenda for collective action on soil carbon” – 2019 – Nature Sustainability/ S.Vermeulen, D.Bossio, J.Lehmann, P.Luu & al

Sonja Vermeulen, Deborah Bossio, Johannes Lehmann, Paul Luu, Keith Paustian, Christopher Webb, Flore Augé, Imelda ...

“Nature’s Make or Break Potential for Climate Change” – 2017 – The Nature conservancy

Nature "The Nature Conservancy - October 15, 2017

“New Project in Carbon Farming Launched in India” – 2019 – FoodTank USA

New Project in Carbon Farming Launched in India by Shekar Bhadsavale and Dr. Emmanuel D’Silva - FoodTank USA, May 2019

“New report highlights the business case for investing in soil health” – 2018 – World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)

World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) - 5 Dec 2018

“New study shows microbes trap massive amounts of carbon” – 2021 – University of Tennessee

University of Tennessee at Knoxville, April 26, 2021
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