SEESOIL are co-hosting this year's BSSS annual meeting (it is on our patch) on what the ‘4 per 1000’ initiative means for UK soils.
The ‘4 per 1000’ (4 per mil) initiative was launched at the COP21 in 2015, with the aim to slow down the increase in atmospheric concentrations of CO2 by annually increasing global soil organic carbon stocks by 0.4 % per year.
This initiative has sparked a mixed reaction to the feasibility of achieving this, and discussion over what this means for soil management.
We would like you to join the debate.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017 10:30-19:00
Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrew's Place, Regent's Park, London NW1 4LE, United Kingdom
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS & PANELLISTS INCLUDE:
Dr Abad Chabbi - INRA, France
Dr Joanna Clark - University of Reading, UK
Professor Claire Chenu - INRA, France "Scene setting and overview of the '4 per 1000' initiative
Professor Bridget Emmett - CEH, Bangor, UK "Policy, the national perspective and monitoring"
Professor David Powlson - Rothamsted Research, UK "Achievability from land management"
Along with keynote speakers, lively debate, lunch, poster sessions and the society AGM, there will be an informal early evening drinks and canapes networking reception, closing at 7pm or thereabouts.
Hope to see you there!
Jack Hannam (SEESOIL chair)