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Soil initiatives around the globe

Every nation’s soil is unique, any yet every nation’s soil is faced by a similar suite of challenges – erosion, compaction, nutrient imbalance, pollution, and biodiversity loss - reducing their ability to support plant life and provide vital eco-system services.  Shared challenges demand shared solutions, and the answers to one nation’s problems can often be found in pioneering science and policy of their neighbours – all enabled by international collaboration and the universal language of global targets like the Sustainable Development Goals.

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"While the farmer holds the title to the land, actually it belongs to all the people because civilization itself rests upon the soil."

Thomas Jefferson