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Participants of the 2020 CIRCASA meeting in Wageningen

International Research Cooperation to Work on Arable Soil Carbon Sequestration

The Coordination of International Research Cooperation on soil CArbon Sequestration in Agriculture (CIRCASA) project, launched at the end of 2017 and...
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[WEBINAR] - COMET-Farm tool - 29/04/2020

This Webinar is presented by Colorado State University in collaboration with CIRCASA project. Date: 29/04/2020
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CIRCASA 2nd Annual meeting - March 2020, Wageningen

CIRCASA 2nd Annual meeting - March 2020, Wageningen

04-06 March 2020, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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CIRCASA 2nd Annual meeting - Slides

CIRCASA 2nd Annual meeting - Slides

The second General Assembly of CIRCASA project was held in Wageningen, The Netherlands on the 4th and 6th March 2020. During the meeting, organized...
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CLIFF-GRADS Call for Research Hosts: Capability Building through Research Stays for Low Emission Agriculture

The Climate, Food and Farming, Global Research Alliance Development Scholarships Programme (CLIFF-GRADS) is a joint initiative of the Global Research...
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CIRCASA – Towards an International Research Consortium

CIRCASA – Towards an International Research Consortium

CIRCASA project is at its 3rd year project. At this stage, we are preparing a 2020-2022 implementation plan for the International Research Consortium...
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IPCC Land and Climate change presentation by Jean-François Soussana

IPCC Land and Climate change presentation by Jean-François Soussana, 4p1000 initiative day

The 4p1000 initiative initially, launched during the COP21 by France in December 2015 aims to demonstrate that agriculture, and in particular...
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CIRCASA participation at the COP25

CIRCASA participation at the COP25

The 25th UN Climate Change Conference will be taking place in Madrid, Spain, and will convene from 2-13 December 2019. It will feature the 25th...
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COP25 - CIRCASA at the EU Pavillon

COP25 - CIRCASA at the EU Pavillon

In the frame of the UN climate change conference (COP25), the European Commission will host a broad set of side events aimed at stimulating debate on...
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D1.3 - The science base of a strategic research agenda - Executive Summary

D1.3 - The science base of a strategic research agenda - Executive Summary

A summary presenting the challenges for soil carbon sequestration research, hypothesis to be further tested and key research (and innovation)...
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