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New study on no-till agriculture and its contribution to climate change mitigation and sustainability

FiBL authors recently completed a study that examined the state of research on climate impacts of…


Cover study “Organic Agriculture and Climate Change Mitigation”

New report on the climate mitigation potential of organic agriculture

At the occasion of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, stakeholders along…


Final Congress of the Carbon Credits for Sustainable Land Use Systems (CaLas) project

Soil carbon sequestration and nitrous oxide emissions from farmland are two important indicators of…


New study released on options for climate-friendly agriculture

Working closely with scientists at the universities of Hohenheim in Germany and Aarhus in Denmark,…



COPENHAGEN COMMENTARY: Bad times for NGOs

More than 25,000 NGO delegates had registered before COP15, yet many remained barred from entering…


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Round Table on Organic Agriculture and Climate Change established

Climate change directly influences food production and food security. To address these new…


COPENHAGEN COMMENTARY: Climate change and social justice

The question of social justice is emerging in many of the Copenhagen events as a most urgent issue.…


COPENHAGEN COMMENTARY: Agriculture can slow global warming – but which type of agriculture?

At the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, the farmers' organizations are calling for…


IFOAM EU Group, IFOAM 2009: High sequestration ....

Climate Change Conference: The organic movement is present

The International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements IFOAM and FiBL are present at the…