Towards climate-smart sustainable management of agricultural soils

EJP SOIL is a European Joint Programme Cofund on Agricultural Soil Management contributing to key societal challenges including climate change and future food supply.

EJP SOIL targets climate change adaptation and mitigation, sustainable agricultural production, ecosystem services and restoration and prevention of land and soil degradation.

News

2020.06.30 | Research news

1st EJP SOIL internal Call for proposals

EJP SOIL opens for the first call for joint research projects. The allocated budget amounts to 15M€. This call opens 30.06.2020 with a closing date for proposals on 18.09.2020.

2020.05.12 | Research news

Pre-Announcement of 1st EJP SOIL internal Call for proposals

EJP SOIL pre-announce the upcoming call for joint research projects. The indicative available budget amounts to 15M€. The call is expected to open on 30.06.2020 with a closing date for proposals on 04.09.2020.*

Setting the direction for the future of agricultural soils - Farmer, Mr. Zigmantas Aleksandravicius with Mr. Virginijus Feiza, PhD and Head of the Department Soil and Crop management, Institute of Agriculture, LAMMC - Investigations at farm field level in Lithuania 2012, Photo by Dr. Dalia Feiziene (LAMMC)

2020.05.07 | Research news

Stakeholders in EJP SOIL: There is a need for knowledge and applicable tools

According to stakeholders who will take part in the EJP SOIL, there is a need for knowledge sharing and tools that can be applied in soil management, but also a better overall recognition of the challenges. This calls for a continuous dialogue and collaboration between farmers, soil scientists, advisors, organisations and authorities.

Future events

Sat 05 Dec
07:00-23:00 | Global
World Soil Day - Stop Soil Erosion, Save Our Future
Every 5 seconds, the equivalent of one soccer field of soil is eroded. This alarming fact reaffirms the need to raise awareness through World Soil Day of this growing problem, as the Earth's population continues to expand.
Tue 24 Aug
17:31-17:33 | Geneva, Switzerland
Eurosoil 2020: Connecting people and soil - Postponed to the second half of 2021
The Eurosoil 2020 organisers have been closely monitoring and analysing the evolving situation around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the worldwide impact of this pandemic.

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