Elisa Bruni

Elisa Bruni
Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et l'Environnement | LSCE · Department of Modelling the Climate and the Biogeochemical Cycles, and their Interactions

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Anthropogenic greenhouse gases (GHGs) emissions are causing irreversible climate change. To address this issue, the European Union (EU) committed to strong decreases in GHGs emissions. However, to reach carbon (C) neutrality by 2050 it will also be necessary to implement atmospheric C removals by natural sinks, such as soils. To partially compensat...
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The EU Mission Board for Soil Health and Food proposed a series of quantitative targets for European soils to become healthier. Among them, current soil organic carbon (SOC) concentration losses in croplands (0.5% yr ⁻¹ on average at 20 cm depth) should be reversed to an increase of 0.1–0.4% yr ⁻¹ by 2030. Quantitative targets are used by policy ma...
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The 4 per 1000 initiative aims to maintain and increase soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks for soil fertility, food security, and climate change adaptation and mitigation. One way to enhance SOC stocks is to increase carbon (C) inputs to the soil. In this study, we assessed the amount of organic C inputs that are necessary to reach a target of SOC st...
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The 4 per 1000 initiative aims to promote better agricultural practices to maintain and increase soil organic carbon stocks for soil fertility, food security and climate change adaptation and mitigation. The most straightforward way to enhance soil organic carbon stocks is to increase carbon inputs to the soil. In this study, we assessed the amount...
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To respect the Paris agreement targeting a limitation of global warming below 2°C by 2100, and possibly below 1.5 °C, drastic reductions of greenhouse gas emissions are mandatory but not sufficient. Large‐scale deployment of other climate mitigation strategies are also necessary. Among these, increasing soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks is an import...

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