Pilar Andrès, senior researcher in CREAF, will present in front of the European Parliament AGRI Committee the study 'Agricultural potential in carbon sequestration Humus content of land used for agriculture and CO2 storage in soil'. The authors of the study are: Pilar Andrès, Enrique Doblas-Miranda (CREAF), Pere Rovira (CTFC), August Bonmatí (IRTA), Àngela Ribas (CREAF, UAB), Stefania Mattana (CREAF), Joan Romanyà (UB).
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Executive summary of the document: Reducing agricultural GHG emissions is not enough to reach the climate neutrality envisaged in the Green Deal by 2050, and efforts to implement large-scale carbon sequestration in European agricultural soils will be necessary. The renewed CAP includes improvements in environmental conditionality and foresees eco-schemes and agri-environmental measures that can help achieve this goal. Carbon sequestration in soil is cost-effective, but technological improvements are still required, as well as cooperation between the public and private sectors.
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