LANDMARK project was represented at the 2nd Global Soil Security Conference by Prof Rachel Creamer (WUR), Dr Francesca Bampa (TEAGASC), Dr Marion Bardy (INRA) and Sebastien Drufin (INRA).
The 2nd Global Soil Security Conference aims to demonstrate that soil, this highly pressurized and crucial resource, is indispensable partner to meet sustainable development goals. The demonstration will be done by linking businesses, practitioners, policymakers and researchers on soil security dimensions through good working practices, business solutions, scientific outcomes and international initiatives that enhance protection and sustainable management of soils. More info here https://gssparisen.wordpress.com/ and conference programme available here
Prof Creamer gave a keynote oral presentation on the 5th of December on “Soil and Ecosystem relationships, critical factors to soil“.
Dr Bampa gave a presentation on ” What is your prioritized soil function? Harvesting stakeholders´ knowledge from 5 EU countries .”
Dr Bardy prepared the following poster ” Developing the use of French soil databases: actions of the RMT Sols et Territoires“ and Sebastien Drufin on “From heterogeneous, multi-source data to harmonized datasets: a major challenge for the assessment of soil functions. The LANDMARK project approach “.