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Soils contribute to climate change and climate impacts threaten their functionsSoils contribute to climate change and climate impacts threaten their functionshttp://www.nfp68.ch/en/News/Pages/190327_news_nfp68_fact_sheet_soil_and_climate_change.aspxCercle Sol publishes a fact sheet on soil and climate change.3/26/2019 11:00:00 PMSoils contribute to climate change and climate impacts threaten their functions
Sustainable use of soil as a resourceSustainable use of soil as a resourcehttp://www.nfp68.ch/en/News/Pages/181217-news-nfp68-sustainable-use-of-soil-as-a-resource.aspxNRP 68 publishes its overall synthesis report.12/16/2018 11:00:00 PMSustainable use of soil as a resource
The five thematic synthesis reports are now also available in FrenchThe five thematic synthesis reports are now also available in Frenchhttp://www.nfp68.ch/en/News/Pages/180924-news-nfp68-the-five-thematic-synthesis-reports-are-now-also-available-in-french.aspxThe French version of the five thematic synthesis reports of NRP 68 are now available online; printed copies will be available during the month of October. 9/24/2018 10:00:00 PMThe five thematic synthesis reports are now also available in French

The National Research Programme "Sustainable Use of Soil as a Resource" (NRP 68) is establishing a basis for political decision-making which takes into account both the ecological and the economic services of soil.

NRP 68 is operating with an overall budget of CHF 13 million and will run for 5 years.

 Programme timetable