Global Soil Security: Towards More Science-Society Interfaces
Proceedings of the Global Soil Security 2016 Conference, December 5-6, 2016, Paris, France
Global Soil Security: Towards More Science-Society Interfaces contains contributions presented at the 2nd Global Soil Security conference, held 5-6 December 2016 in Paris. These chapters focus on how to achieve soil security. This involves scientific, economic, industrial and political engagement to inform soil-users, policy makers and citizens with the objective of implementing appropriate actions. The contributions to this book address the five dimensions of soil security, namely: capability, condition, capital, connectivity and codification.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Global Soil Security. Soil security and policy. Soil security and mapping. Soil security and practitioners. Connectivity and raising soil awareness. Soil security and research needs. Conclusion.
Anne C. Richer-de-Forges
Alex B. McBratney
University of Sydney, Australia
Wageningen University, The Netherlands