Studying soil management in EU and China
Climate change impacts agriculture and ecosystems – a threat to the sustainable management of soil. Improvement of soil quality for maximizing land productivity while minimizing environmental impacts that can be achieved by appropriate land management systems is a key requirement for sustainable agricultural production. The EU-funded SIEUSOIL is a joint project between the EU and China to study ways for the prudent use of soil and to propose adequate practices for soil management. The project will create and develop an EU-China Web Observatory platform that will offer open linked data on soil condition and potential threats. It will also support sustainable and wise soil management based on advanced technologies to increase productivity, reduce the environmental footprints, and assist the policymaking processes.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
1500 714 Lisboa