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The “4 per 1000” Initiative’ submissions / Koronivia process

The “4 per 1000” Initiative with UNCCD, Global Soil Partnership, ITPS, Drynet, ICRAF – World Agroforestry, CGIAR – CCAFS, has submitted, as part of the Koronivia Process (KJWA), the following proposals.

SBSTA50  – The “4 per 1000” initiative, CCAFS and the University of Vermont co-organized with Cirad, INRA and IRD, a SBSTA50 side event “Enhancing NDC ambition through soil organic carbon sequestration: A science-policy dialog” on 26 June 2019 in Bonn (Germany)

To read the publication “Enhancing Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) ambition for soil organic carbon protection and sequestration  Dr. Liesl Wiese, Dr. Viridiana Alcantara-Shivapatham, Dr. Lini Wollenberg, click here

The Koronivia workshop on soils showed a constant interest in science, particularly in MRV and co-construction of practices. It was introduced by a presentation by Claire Chenu, member of the Scientific and Technical Committee (STC) of the “4 per 1000” Initiative. The co-chair of the Integrated Research Group of the Global Research Alliance (GRA) on Soil Carbon and a member of the STC of the “4 per 1000” Initiative, Beverley Henri, presented the GRA; and Jean-François Soussana presented CIRCASA.  In conclusion, these points underlined by Claire Weill (INRA):

  • Support for a quantified and practical soil organic carbon target for transparency in the NDC Uncertainty should not impede action, we can learn by doing (research).
  • The good news is that we have co-benefits of carbon sequestration (adaptation, water, mitigation, biodiversity), which provides an entry point for action and opportunity for integrated approach to policy/programs/policy coherence
  • Policy coherence and stability are necessary for long-term carbon sequestration
  • Work with stakeholders to identify implementation strategies, relevant to country-specific conditions, taking into account existing national policies, programs and practices.
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