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Increasing Soil Organic Carbon in the Öresund Region (Briefing) – Green Exchange

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Increasing Soil Organic Carbon in the Öresund Region (Briefing)

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This month, the Green Exchange launches its first ‘briefing’ format with Episode 3, dedicated to Soil Management and Carbon Sequestration. We go to Australia and California to hear from Dr. Maarten Stapper and Marin Carbon Project Founder John Wick, who share the latest findings from their research and field work with carbon farming and sustainable agriculture. We review the groundbreaking results from the Marine Carbon Project and discuss how compost can replace conventional fertilizers for multiple benefits in the region.

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Made possible by:
KSLA SIANI Region Skåne
With support from:
The Organic Stream Marin Carbon Project

Music Credits: License by Ins. Green White Space.
Photo by Eva Holm/CC BY
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This month, the Green Exchange launches its first ‘briefing’ format with Episode 3, dedicated to Soil Management and Carbon Sequestration. We go to Australia and California to hear from Dr. Maarten Stapper and Marin Carbon Project Founder John Wick, who share the latest findings from their research and field work with carbon farming and sustainable agriculture. We review the groundbreaking results from the Marine Carbon Project and discuss how compost can replace conventional fertilizers for multiple benefits in the region.

GUEST LIST

Made possible by:
KSLA SIANI Region Skåne
With support from:
The Organic Stream Marin Carbon Project

Music Credits: License by Ins. Green White Space.
Photo by Eva Holm/CC BY
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