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CIRCASA project

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CIRCASA (Coordination of International Research Cooperation on Soil Carbon Sequestration in Agriculture) aims to develop international synergies concerning research and knowledge exchange in the field of carbon sequestration in agricultural soils at European Union and global levels, with the active engagement of all relevant stakeholders.

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SIDE-EVENT Bonn Climate Change conference

CIRCASA project will participate in the Bonn Climate Change conference on the 26th June 2019 at 18h30 in BONN Room
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New note about Soil Carbon Sequestration by Bill Gates

New note about Soil Carbon Sequestration by Bill Gates

"We should discuss soil as much as we talk about coal"
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COP24 side event: International Soil Carbon Sequestration Research H2020 CIRCASA

COP24 side event: International Soil Carbon Sequestration Research H2020 CIRCASA

You couldn't make it to the COP24? Do not worry, here you can see the full CIRCASA side event at the COP24 Pacific and Koronivia Pavillon. 07/12/2018...
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Agnieszka Romanowicz from the European Commission DG for Agriculture and Rural Development

Interview with Agnieszka Romanowicz

Policy officer and CIRCASA Officer Agnieszka Romanowicz from the European Commission DG for Agriculture and Rural Development was interviewed in the...
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Interview with Dr. Emanuele Lugato

JRC researcher stresses the importance of studying the carbon and nitrogen cycles in a combined way
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Interview with Prof. Richard Eckard

Professor Richard Eckard (University of Melbourne) was interviewed on the margins of the Integrative Research Group (IRG) meeting of the Global...
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Take part in a survey about soil organic carbon management (SOC)

The survey will help to collect stakeholders’ views on the role of Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) management for climate change mitigation and...
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News and events

In Pictures - CIRCASA 1st Annual Meeting 2019

In Pictures - CIRCASA 1st Annual Meeting 2019

Some pictures of the CIRCASA First Annual Meeting held on February 2019 at CIAT, in Cali, Colombia. Three days for reviewing collectively one year...
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CIRCASA 1st Annual meeting - February 2019, Cali

The first General Assembly of CIRCASA project was held in Cali, Colombia at El Centro Internacional Agricultura Tropica (CIAT) on the 6th and 8th...
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[WEBINAR] - Reviewing scientific and technical evidence 03/05/2019

Thank you to our WP1 colleagues for their presentation and to all the participants for tuning in! If you couldn't assist to this first webinar, here...
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[WEBINAR] - Integrative Research Group: Linkages with the 4p1000 initiative and the CIRCASA project

Did you miss the last IRG Webinar? Here you will find the video and more information about this event
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