A healthy soil ecosystem is essential for sustainable food production and plays a significant role in maintaining biodiversity. However, there is not yet a good understanding of which soil attributes are most important. Does a healthy, productive soil have high biological diversity, or is a good soil structure more important? 'Slip of Evidence' aims to get to the bottom of these questions.
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  • The new Horizon Europe programme supports the achievement of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), fights climate change and integrates science into society on a larger scale. It further strengthens the impact of research and innovation within the European Union and beyond and supports the collaboration between the science sector, small-medium enterprises (SME) and society.
    As an SME, we are happy to offer our know-how and services within research projects, applying for Horizon Europe grants. Read more on the Citizen Science in Horizon Europe | Partnerships & Proposals page.

    Monday, 29 November 2021
  • The UN Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) are an essential core of many Citizen Science projects. Many of the 17 SDGs relate directly to topics in which citizen engagement plays an important role. With modern and interactive Citizen Science Apps, a broad public can actively support Sustainable Development Goals with observational data contributions and by improving the situation in one's own community. Read more on our Sustainable Development Goals page.

    Monday, 29 November 2021