Environmental

  • Erika Micheli, Professor at Szent Istvan University and IUSS Division I Chair, offers her views on soils.

    Growing Smart Together is an online platform that gathers and shows diverse viewpoints from stakeholders and experts on topical issues in agriculture. Please note that the views expressed in this video might not necessarily reflect the views of the associated organization(s) as a whole.

    This year’s topic: soils and their role on our livelihood. See more perspectives at growingsmarttogether.org



  • Philipp Baumgartner, Associate Technical Specialist, Rural Enterprises and Markets Policy, at IFAD, offers his views on soils.

    Growing Smart Together is an online platform that gathers and shows diverse viewpoints from stakeholders and experts on topical issues in agriculture. Please note that the views expressed in this video might not necessarily reflect the views of the associated organization(s) as a whole.

    This year’s topic: soils and their role on our livelihood. See more perspectives at growingsmarttogether.org



  • Prof. Dr. Rainer Horn, President of the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS), offers his views on soils.

    Growing Smart Together is an online platform that gathers and shows diverse viewpoints from stakeholders and experts on topical issues in agriculture. Please note that the views expressed in this video might not necessarily reflect the views of the associated organization(s) as a whole.

    This year’s topic: soils and their role on our livelihood. See more perspectives at growingsmarttogether.org



  • Ray Dowbenko, Senior Agronomist at Nutrien, offers his views on soils.

    Growing Smart Together is an online platform that gathers and shows diverse viewpoints from stakeholders and experts on topical issues in agriculture. Please note that the views expressed in this video might not necessarily reflect the views of the associated organization(s) as a whole.

    This year’s topic: soils and their role on our livelihood. See more perspectives at growingsmarttogether.org



  • Water quality is crucial to a sustainable future, but how much do you know about it?

    High school science teachers and their students are invited to use a brand-new education tool to study water quality this year. The H2Know digital case study is an investigation of water quality challenges in Lake Erie published by the Nutrients for Life Foundation. Numerous experts in environmental science, water treatment, soil science, agricultural engineering and secondary education worked together to develop this curriculum.

    Learn more: H2KnowLearning.org



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