The final meeting of CIRCASA will be held virtually on the 10th of February. The overall aim of CIRCASA was to develop international synergies concerning research and knowledge transfer on agricultural soil carbon sequestration at European Union and global levels with active engagement of all relevant stakeholders. A major result is the strategic research agenda. In addition, task forces have been initiated to prepare for an International Research Consortium (IRC) on soil carbon sequestration in agriculture. The final meeting of CIRCASA will be held virtually on the 10th of February and will be used to kick-start the work of the IRC that aims to support and help coordination of international research and innovation in this field.
More information on CIRCASA is available at their website.
More information on the event (invitees only) is available via the EJP SOIL website.