CIRCASA applies an interdisciplinary and global approach to coordinate international research cooperation through a strong international partnership.

By bringing together the research community, governments, research agencies, international, national and regional institutions and private stakeholders CIRCASA takes stock of the current understanding of carbon sequestration in agricultural soils, identifies stakeholders' knowledge needs, and fosters the creation of new knowledge. Today, the project has 22 partners all over the world.

This OCP initiative aims to strengthen the science and society interface as well as the science and policy and industry interphase.

The CIRCASA OCP purpose is to share existing scientific knowledge, gather different data, practices, and views in order to increase our understanding and detect knowledge gaps regarding the SOC sequestration issue.





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