Lookup NU author(s): Professor David Werner
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In March 2013, 40 leading experts from across the world gathered at a workshop, hosted by the European Commission, Directorate General Joint Research Centre, Italy, to discuss the multiple benefits of soil carbon as part of a Rapid Assessment Process (RAP) project commissioned by Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE). This collaboration led to the publication of the SCOPE Series Volume 71 “Soil Carbon: Science, Management and Policy for Multiple Benefits”; which brings together the essential scientific evidence and policy opportunities regarding the global importance of soil carbon. This short communication summarises the key messages of the assessment including research and policy implications.
Author(s): Eleanor M, Banwart SA, Noellemeyer E, Abson DJ, Ballabio C, Bampa F, Bationo A, Batjes NH, Bernoux M, Bhattacharyya T, Black H, Buschiazzo DE, Cai Z, Cerri CE, Cheng K, Compagnone C, Conant R, Coutinho HLC, deBrogniez D, deCarvalhoBalieiro F, Duffy C, Feller C, Fidalgo E, daSilva CF, Funk R, Gaudig G, Gicheru PT, Goldhaber M, Gottschalk P, Goulet F, Goverse T, Grathwohl P, Joosten H, Kamoni PT, Kihara J, Krawczynski R, LaScala N, Lemanceau P, Li L, Li Z, Maron PA, Martius C, Melillo J, Montanarella L, Nikolaidis N, Nziguheba G, Pan G, Pascual G, Paustian K, Piñeiro G, Powlson D, Quiroga A, Richter D, Sigwalt A, Six J, Smith J, Smith P, Stocking M, Tanneberger F, Termansen M, vanNoordwijk M, vanWesemael B, Vargas R, Luizvictoria R, Waswa B, Werner D, Wichmann S, Wichtmann W, Zhang X, Zhao Y, Zheng J, Zheng J
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Environmental Development
Print publication date: 01/01/2015
Online publication date: 11/12/2014
Acceptance date: 27/11/2014
ISSN (print): 2211-4645
ISSN (electronic): 2211-4653
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