During the hour-long session, the services provided and key information on IRC governance will be presented. There will also be explanations on why and how to join the IRC, as well as testimonials from interested members of the soil carbon community.
And many other surprises too!
- EU Missions | soil protection
- Tuesday 21 November 2023, 16:45 - 17:45 (CET)
- Madrid, Spain
The Soil Carbon IRC in a nutshell
Hand in hand with the 4p1000 Initiative and supporting the Paris Agreement and the UN SDGs, the Soil Carbon IRC will cover all soils (agriculture lands, forests, pastures, wetlands, urban areas, etc.) and is open to professionals working for universities, research organisations, national or international initiatives or programmes, living labs, R&D agencies, foundations, banks, private companies, start-ups, policymakers, agriculture experts, or NGOs working with food, climate, and environmental topics, etc.
By joining the Soil Carbon IRC, you will:
- Be part of an international community committed to raise awareness and develop scientific knowledge of soil carbon issues, especially on MRV (Measurement, Reporting and Verification) methodologies
- Be able to create and develop public-private synergies and multidisciplinary cooperation activities
- Contribute to an aligned Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA)
- Be active in implementing an annual thematic programming on soil carbon topics, trends, and issues
- Take part and access the very latest research outputs through a knowledge platform: review of practices, mapping of initiatives and projects, scientific evidence through meta-analysis and reviews, etc.