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Opportunities and barriers for carbon storage in agricultural soils

Photograph of an agricultural landscape

What methods can we use to reduce emissions and increase removals of greenhouse gases in agricultural soils? What opportunities and obstacles are there? These questions were discussed at a LU Land breakfast seminar earlier this autumn.

The seminar was attended by Katarina Hedlund from Lund University who presented methods for carbon sequestration in agricultural soils, and by Åsa Kasimir from the University of Gothenburg who focused on rewetting of organogenic agricultural soils - both members of BECC. 

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Möjligheter och hinder för kollagring i jordbruksmark -

About LU Land breakfast seminars

The LU Land seminar series aims to underpin current societal challenges related to sustainable land use and highlight these challenges from different perspectives, and make room for further discussions on possible ways forward. LU Land is a close collaborator to BECC.

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