Aligning agriculture and climate policy

A. Chabbi, J. Lehmann, P. Ciais, H. W. Loescher, M. F. Cotrufo, A. Don, M. Sanclements, L. Schipper, J. Six, P. Smith, C. Rumpel

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The 4‰ initiative to sequester carbon in soils has the potential to connect sustainable development goals, enhance food security and mitigate climate change by utilizing waste organic residues.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)307-309
Number of pages3
JournalNature Climate Change
Issue number5
Early online date28 Apr 2017
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2017

Bibliographical note

This work was supported by and benefited from the European Commission through FP7 projects, Distributed Infrastructure for Experimentation in Ecosystem Research (ExpeER) grant agreement number 262060 and Analysis and Experimentation in Ecosystems (AnaEE) grant agreement number 312690, and the CLAND Convergence Institute funded by ANR. The input of P.S. contributes to U-GRASS (grant number NE/M016900/1) and the Belmont Forum/FACCE-JPI DEVIL project (grant number NE/M021327/1). C.R. received funding from INSU/CNRS (Lombricom project) and ADEME (Vermisol project) and from ANR (MOSAIK, grant agreement no: ANR-12-AGRO-0005). Contributions from L.S. and A.C. were supported by GPLER, contract number SOW12-GPLER-LCR-PM. H.W.L. and M.S.C. acknowledge the National Science Foundation for ongoing support of NEON. The manuscript contributes toward results of the ARC discovery grant 'Carbon Conundrum' (DP140100323).


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