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CGIAR will host 4p1000, a new initiative which places soils at the heart of climate solutions

by Futures Centre, Nov 29
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The French-born ‘4 per 1000’ initiative is now aligned with CGIAR, expanding its reach globally:

“On paper, a 0.4% annual growth rate of carbon stored in soils would make it possible to stop the present increase in atmospheric CO2.”

CGIAR gets serious about soil carbon as home of 4p1000 initiative

CGIAR will host 4p1000, a new initiative which places soils at the heart of climate solutions To help us halt the warming of our world, it is time to take a good look beneath our feet. Capturing soil carbon in soils is one of our best bets for mitigating significant greenhouse gas emissions.

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